Google released Chrome 91 a few days ago, but today it revealed to Chromium blog that the new version has the Sparkplug compiler but also the short builtin calls, which makes the browser 23% faster than before.
With a huge number of people using Google Chrome, combined with speed improvements, the company estimates it will save 17 years of CPU time with these latest changes.
Google Chrome is based on four basic principles, according to the Chromium blog. speed, safety, stability and simplicity. With the new Sparkplug compiler and short built-in calls that bring a significant increase in speed to each page load time, enhancing the speed and stability of Chrome, most likely Chrome will continue to be the browser used by the majority.