The New Google Chrome Predicts What You're Going To Click And Starts Loading It

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Google just pushed out Chrome 13 to users everywhere, which includes some bug fixes and one very useful new feature called Instant Pages.

But odds are, you won’t even realise it exists.

When you do a Google search from within Chrome 13, Chrome will begin loading the first page result in the background without you knowing it.

Then, when you click the first result (which many people do, like the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button), most of the page will already be loaded.

In effect, searching will be much quicker. Another nice addition is Print Preview support for Windows users.

Chrome generally updates itself jauntily, but to make sure you have the latest version of Chrome, visit the About Chrome settings panel and click “Update Now.”

See below for a video of how Instant Pages works:

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