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Enable Google Instant in Chrome Address Bar

As you all know Google Instant is a new search enhancement from Google which gives instant search results as you type and it will significantly reduce the time spent on search. You may know how to enable this new feature in your browser or just visit here for details. Here the topic is how to enable Instant in Google Chrome Address bar or Search bar.

If you’re using latest developer build or Canary build of Google Chrome, you can simply activate it from Chrome Labs feature.

For that, type about:labs in the address bar (search bar) of your Chrome browser and hit Enter button. It will open up a page. Select Instant and enable the option (see screenshot below).

Then, just restart your browser and you’re ready to search using Google Instant directly from the address bar (search bar) of your Chrome.

Also Read: How to Enable Google Instant in Opera?


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