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Instant Google Pages: (Video)

Instant Google Pages: fast searches via the Chrome browser

Instant Google Pages: fast searches via the Chrome browser

Internet speed up its research by minimizing the loading time of pages, without the user having to select a result.This is the definition that gave Google its new service called Instant Pages, associated with its browser Chrome .At a conference held in San Francisco, Amit Singh, head of Search Quality at Google, has disclosed some of the innovative features revolving around the dimension of pre-rendered.
“We have to save users valuable time, thanks to the auto [help function to the data entry by typing the query, note] coupled with the Google Instant. ”
A series of tests has revealed a gain of time and proved that the time necessary to load a page classic (700 kilobytes, containing Javascript, images and advertising) could be reduced by almost five seconds.And Amit Singh added: “When we launched this feature a few weeks ago, it was a little apprehensive about the relevance of the results. “For this technique pre-rendering algorithms based on calculating the relevance of the results based on queries.Instant Pages will function declined in 23 languages.It should be integrated into the next stable version of Chrome browser this summer.
Several other improvements are expected in the coming weeks.Speech recognition is now integrated in the default browser of Google .
A simple drag and drop enough to search from an image file.To demonstrate the power of his new service, Google has posted a video based on the comparison between the classic version of the search engine and its equivalent in Instant Pages.It sees a serious time saver and relevant results.Watch the video YouTube Instant Google Pages:

Google Chrome will protect users from malware

Google Chrome

Safe Browsing API that is used by Google to block malicious sites, will now cover downloads.

Indeed, with Safe Browsing API the user is warned before accessing a site listed as”suspicious.”He can still continue his peril if he wishes.

In addition to being present on Chrome, Firefox and Safari already incorporate this protection system.

But the company goes further and intends to provide users of its browser, a new feature that will protect them from malware when they try to download files

A message will appear alerting the user that he is about to acquire an infected file.


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