Google's AI-powered Search Generative Experience (SGE) is slowly gaining popularity among users since its introduction, but many are complaining about the slow loading time of results. According to a recent article by The Verge, the SGE's delay in delivering results has been a major issue for many users.

The SGE is designed to generate search results based on a user's query, utilizing machine learning algorithms to understand the context of the search and provide more relevant results. Google has been gradually rolling out this new search experience to users over the past several months.

While the idea behind the SGE is fascinating, many users are finding the experience to be somewhat frustrating. The biggest complaint is how long it takes for the results to appear. Compared to the traditional search results page, which loads quickly and presents a list of links, the SGE requires users to wait patiently for the search bar to load after hitting enter.

According to The Verge's report, waiting for the SGE to deliver results can take up to a few seconds, depending on a user's internet connection. This delay can be frustrating, especially for those who are used to getting instant results on the internet.

The report also noted that the SGE's layout can be confusing for some