Dec 21, 2010
Google is continually improving the way they speed up the web and the big focus the search giant is working on is providing results as you type. They have taken this technology of providing search results as you type and incorporated it into their Chrome browser which will show both websites and search results as you type into the Omnibox.
To turn on the new feature you will simply click on the wrench icon in the top right of the browser and click on options. From there you will want to click on Basics and under the Search section you will see a checkbox where you can turn on Google Instant in the Omnibox:
Once you start to type into the Omnibox Google Chrome will show results whether they be websites or keyword searches from the search engine. This feature will make browsing and searching from a browser even quicker and smoother in trying to find information.
You can learn more about some of the new features that Google has made to their Chrome browser you can watch the latest Google Chrome Event on 12/07/2010.