Google has made changes to its search engine as it strives to get consumers the information they want faster. It is new Instant Pages system will shave between two to five seconds off the time it takes for a web page to load, the company said. It is also planning to offer voice-activated and enhanced image searching. Google, which processes one billion requests every day, said search remained its core focus. The firm still dominates the market although Microsofts Bing is slowly eating into its share. Bings US searches rose to 14 percent in May from 12 percent at the end of 2010. It also powers searching on Yahoo, which has 15.9 percent of the market while Googles share slipped to 66 percent from 67 percent, according to measurement firm comScore.