The Concurrent rendering makes React apps to be more responsive by rendering component trees without blocking the main UI thread. It allows React to interrupt a long-running render to handle a high-priority event. i.e, When you enabled concurrent Mode, React will keep an eye on other tasks that need to be done, and if there’s something with a higher priority it will pause what it is currently rendering and let the other task finish first. You can enable this in two ways:
// 1. Part of an app by wrapping with ConcurrentMode
// 2. Whole app using createRoot
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