@Browsing6853 It is actually currently more expensive to reduce the number of results - if you find yourself using "More results" often. The "All" option gives you all results we find in our indexes. Limiting to 10 picks the top 10 from the same maximum set of results, and hitting "More results" incurs additional trips through our infrastructure, which costs more than the bandwidth.
This is how we currently appraise things, which could change of course.
It is more viable to reduce the number of results if you simply don't want them / want to save data for other reasons (i.e. limited data internet plans)