The other day we featured the GooglePreview Firefox add-on and mentioned that it gave you a different outlook on your Google-based searches. Essentially it offered a visual preview of each site in addition to the usual text description. However, Google are testing different ways that will enable an end user to search through their engine. For instance, if you're searching for historic items, you can search on a timeline basis.
Other options include Google Suggest, where you enter a key word and a list of suggestions appear in the Google search box. They've also added keyboard shortcuts, so if you use Google Search regularly, you can quickly jump to the next result, rather than hanging around.
Head to the Google Experimental Search page for more info.
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