Google Bard generally responds to queries more quickly than Google Search results appear. This is because Bard does not need to crawl and index the entire internet to find relevant information. Instead, it can access and process information from a vast knowledge base stored in its memory. This allows Bard to provide prompt and direct responses to user questions.
Google Search, on the other hand, needs to index and crawl through billions of websites to find relevant results for a given query. This process can take some time, especially for more complex or obscure queries. As a result, Google Search results may not appear as quickly as Bard’s responses.
In general, Bard is well-suited for tasks that require real-time interaction and immediate responses, such as answering questions, providing summaries of information, or generating creative text formats. Google Search, on the other hand, is better suited for tasks that involve more comprehensive research and exploration of a wide range of topics.