Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Google provides "instant results" in Chrome

The search engine Google has unveiled Tuesday night, a new feature to its Chrome browser, which displays Web pages almost instantly when searching. Called "instant pages", this feature is based on the load in anticipation of the first search results. Starting to download the front pages of results for a query, the browser may display in the second pages that are most likely those that search the Internet.

Taking advantage of the overlap between Google's services and his navigator, "instant pages" should be proposed for Chromium and Chromium, the open source browser which is based on Chrome. The search has also integrated its browser into two features already available on the company's Android mobile, voice search and search images.

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