Google Chrome Gets Instant Pages

gchrome-notebookInstant Pages, a feature that enables almost instantaneous loading of certain web pages, has made its way to the stable version of Google Chrome.

The feature, introduced several weeks ago through Chrome’s beta channel, preloads some of the Google search results before you click them, making the loading process much faster than normal.

The new stable version of Chrome brings a couple of other features too, such as print preview (for Windows and Linux users only), as well as improvements to omnibox (Chrome’s combination of the search box and address bar), which now makes it easier to go back to pages you’ve visited before by typing a part of the page’s address and finding the matching page via a dropdown menu.

To see how Instant Pages work, check out the video below.

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