With a new tab page.
It looks like Google continues to aggressively promote its services. Starting with Google Chrome 25 Dev, users will have an opportunity to see the upcoming tag page, which puts Google search right at your face. While disabled by default, it can be turned on by typing chrome://flags in the address bar and enabling “Enable Instant extended API”.
So what exactly does it do?
Well, it’s a bizarre combination of your recently visited web sites (as in older builds) and a fake search box. How so? If a user decides to click on it (assuming he or she wants to search the web), it will redirect you to the address bar.
Here is how it looks like:
Strange? Probably. However, when you think about it, that’s a pretty neat idea. Looks like Google just found a new way to teach the inexperienced Chrome users some tricks.
Google Chrome 25 Dev
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