Google announced an impressive new service today called 'Instant Pages' promising to take the searching experience one level higher or, more specifically, one level faster.
Through 'Instant Pages', Google is proposing to cut down web page loading times to an impressive 0 seconds, yes, zero.
Normally, after querying a topic and clicking on the desired result brought up by Google, the user would normally have to wait approximately 4 to 10 seconds (2 to 5 secs. with faster connections) for the web-page to load. With 'Instant Pages' however, Google is saving those precious seconds, which at the end of the day add up, to make the searching process more efficient and more loveable to users.
To make this web-page rendering feature available, the search giant revealed that it was using a technology it had been developing for years capable of accurately predicting which result the user would click on in order to decide which web-page to pre-load.
The search feature that will be only available with the installation of Google Chrome's latest beta version will go active next week.