Google Launches 'Instant Pages' in Chrome Browser

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Google is making it easier for users to get to the website they want to view even faster.

The company is speeding up the way Web pages load in its search engine by predicting what people will want to look at and pre-loading those pages.

The Google has launched Instant Pages in its Web browser, Chrome, that will allow sites to load almost instantly, compared to the average speed of about five seconds.

"It's a new technology in Chrome that allows a site, when it's very confident that it knows what result the users will want, to go ahead and say start downloading that early," said Alex Komoroske, Google product manager.

Another new feature for Google will make voice searches available from desktop computers, which is already used on mobile devices.

All of these new features will raise the competitive bar for rivals Yahoo and Bing.

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