Share |Today, Google is going to launch their all new image search with a complete makeover. Right now, when you search for images, you get about twenty small thumbnail pictures on the screen for every page of the search. You can't really tell what kind of quality and sometimes what's in the picture. Also, what mostly fills up the screen is the white space and borders around the pictures with the website and description underneath every picture. Now, the new and improved image search will not have text on the pages, but only the images relating to your search. This saves a lot of space and time on the screen. When you click on an image once, it will give you a description of the image. The second time, it will go to the website containing that image. Also, all the images load on one page so that you can scroll continuously to your carpel-tunneled wrist's delight.
Google's Fresh Look
Google's homepage has been burned into the minds of billions around the world. Well, that's not going to change. As for the all new Google Image Search though, it's going to turn heads while you scroll through pictures in style.
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