Google has announced that the Chrome 13 update will support Instant Pages, a feature which instantly displays previews of sites in search results.
The feature had previously been available only to Chrome beta users.
"This means that sometimes when you click a Google search result in Chrome, the page will appear to load much faster than before," wrote Google software engineer Timo Burkhard in a blog post announcing the update.
Google introduced Instant Pages in June as a way to dramatically reduce the time between entering a search query and accessing a page.
The feature is being released on a staggered scheduled to allow Google to increase capacity to handle the larger workloads.
Google has also updated the Omnibox navigation bar to offer improved navigation and allow better access to previously viewed pages.
The company is also equipping Windows and Linux versions of the browser with a new print preview component which includes the ability to print pages as PDF files.
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