Google has always been ahead of the curve in terms of technology and now the Internet is abuzz, but many people are wondering: What is the new Google Instant and how can someone use it?
The new addition to the Google search process is actually quite simple to use and it was designed with the consumer in mind.
The goal of the new Google Instant process is to cut search time down by 1 to 5 seconds or so every time someone types in a search query on Google and while that might not seem like a lot, the company says it adds up over time considering how often people tend to search nowadays on the Internet.
Basically, here is how the Google Instant search process works. A person will attempt to type in a word or begin typing the word and then Google will respond by showing them suggested words under the box.
These words represent the most common Google searches for the words typed.
Someone can then click on the one that best represents what they were searching for in order to take time.
Some people were surprised to see the new feature along with the grey font of the site’s title, but the 80+ million searches on Google take a lot of time and many are happy to see the new feature.
The new Google Instant search function can be used immediately so check it out to see what the hype is all about.