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Google testing search-friendly tabs in current versions of Chrome

Google Chrome and Chrome OS currently in testing with search-friendly tabs (NASDAQ:GOOG)

| Internet Browsers News | Posted: Aug 27, 2013 7:33 am

In the latest stable versions of Chrome and Chrome OS, Mountain View-based Google has been testing search-enabled tabs. These search-enabled tabs have been popping up in Chrome since December, but you've needed to run the test version of the browser to see it.

 

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Google has now opened it up to a small number of users running stable copies of Chrome and Chrome OS, and all you need to do is have Google as your default search engine to see a search box appear in every new tab - a very nice, functional addition to new tabs. Google hasn't said whether this new search function will leak into every users Chrome, but it said that previous tests have been "encouraging."

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