Google has come up with yet another advanced feature called Instant Pages that predicts the link users wants to use and begins fetching its data – even before the user has clicked on the link. The new feature, expected to save 2 to 5 seconds on search query time, is based on Google Instant, which furnishes search results even before the user has finished typing the query or pressed the enter key. Google Instant is likely to be included in the newest test version of Google Chrome browser.
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