Google’s search engine is slow, but the results are fast.
The average user spends about a minute trying to access each page of information.
Now the search engine has come up with an automated system that will speed things up for everyone.
The automated system is called “Speed Index” and it’s part of Google’s efforts to keep its search engine up to date.
It starts with an algorithm that identifies the most relevant page of data, then determines how fast that page should be crawled.
The algorithm then tells Google how to prioritize those search results.
For example, if a page of a product is a key to a business, Google will prioritize that page more highly than pages with less information.
But if that page is related to a product or service, Google may not prioritize it that much.
So, instead of ranking each page by number of clicks, the system will rank pages based on how quickly a page can be crawled by the human user.
Google’s goal is to have the search index perform faster than what a human would have to do.
Google is rolling out the new algorithm to its customers and to customers who are paying for advertising services.
It’s part, of course, of a broader effort to improve the quality of Google search results and improve the speed of the web.
The system, which was first developed by the company in 2015, was first announced in January of this year.
It has been tested on more than 200 million search results from Google.
Google announced the new system with the help of former Google CEO Larry Page.