Have you searched Google this week? Google has changed the default search to "Google Instant". According to Google, this new interface is a "search enhancement that shows results as you type". Google also claims that Google Instant can save two to five seconds per search and the new interface will have smarter predictions that help guide your search as you type. See the About Google Instant page for more information. The New York Times also has an article about Google Instant. For those who feel a little dizzy seeing their search results displayed this way, Google allows users to turn off Google Instant by clicking the link next to the search box on any search results page or by visiting the preferences page.
Posted by Julie L. Kimbrough on Fri. September 10, 2010 2:15 PM