It was only a few weeks ago that Google announced that their Instant Pages feature would make its way to the Chrome beta channel users. But today they're releasing Instant Pages is on by default in the latest stable version of Google Chrome. This means that sometimes when you click a Google search result in Chrome, the page will appear to load much faster than before. How much faster you ask? Well, take a look below at a side-by-side comparison with Instant Pages on/off by default.
Google haven't stopped there, they've also announced that print preview is available for Windows and Linux users in the latest stable version of Chrome, with the Mac release coming soon. There's now a "print to PDF" option which should please people. Finally, there's the omnibox, Chrome's combination search box and address bar, which has gotten a bit smarter in the latest release which makes it easier to get back to pages you visited before.
Just type part of the page's address or title and look in the dropdown for matching pages from your history.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:22 am CDT
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