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Last year Google introduced Google Instant, which gives you search results while you type, and saves you between two and five seconds on typical searches. The next step is Instant Pages introduced last month. Instant Pages can get the top search result ready in the background while you are choosing which link to click, saving you yet another two to five seconds on typical searches.

With Instant Pages in Chrome, you can skip the extra seconds waiting for a page to load and get to the answers you are looking for faster with webpages that load instantly. To use Instant Pages, you will want to get Google’s next beta release of Chrome, which includes prerendering.

Google announced the introduction of Instant Pages on their official blog on June 14, 2011.

Knocking down barriers to knowledge
Whether you type, speak or upload a photo, once you’ve indicated what you’re looking for the next step in your search is to sift through the results and pick one. To make this faster, last year we introduced Google Instant, which gives you search results while you type. We estimated Google Instant saves you between two and five seconds on typical searches. But once you’ve picked a result, you click, and then wait again for the page to load—for an average of about five seconds.

We want to help you save some of that time as well, so today we took the next step for Google Instant: Instant Pages. Instant Pages can get the top search result ready in the background while you are choosing which link to click, saving you yet another two to five seconds on typical searches.

To use Instant Pages, you will want to get our next beta release of Chrome, which includes prerendering. It’s one more step towards an even faster web.
Official Google Blog

Google Search with Instant Pages

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With Instant Pages in Chrome, you can skip the extra seconds waiting for a page to load and get to the answers you are looking for faster with webpages that load instantly.

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