Chrome is up to version 13, and with it comes Google Instant Pages.
With Instant enabled, most webpages begin loading as soon as you type a URL in the omnibox, before you hit Enter. In addition, if supported by your default search engine, search results appear instantly as you type queries in the omnibox, and in-line predictions help guide your search.
Because search results are requested even while you’re typing your query, your default search engine may be logging these as search queries.
Sounds good, right? But what good are words when you can see Instant Pages in action in the below video.
Google Instant Pages was introduced a few months ago in beta versions of Chrome (hence the out of date design in the above video). If you want to enable Instant Pages, go to Chrome > Preferences > select enable Instant for faster searching & browsing.