Jul 27, 2017 12:11 PM EDT
Google, back in 2010, has added a feature, which they believed will bring a fundamental shift in search it is the -- Google Instant Search. This is the feature which loads suggestions or search results vigorously as typed. This feature basically makes Google search easy, only for desktop users though. However, back when it was announced, the Instant search was considered a revolutionary thing, since Google has killed the Google Instant Search Feature.
The reason behind the decision to kill the Google Instant search is because of the transition that the technology world has witnessed lately. People have shifted from the web to mobile. However, several reports claim that mobile searches too over the desktop in 2015, and that went on to increase with the forthcoming years. That being said, Google's Instant search doesn't work on small screen, basically mobile browsers, as reported by Beta News.
"We launched Google Instant back in 2010 with the goal to provide users with the information they need as quickly as possible, even as they typed their searches on desktop devices," Google told Search Engine Land. Google has killed the Instant Search feature with immediate effect.
In the same line, recently Microsoft has also announced to kill a revolutionary tool - MS Paint. Soon after the company announced the decision, people went absolutely crazy and took to social media to show the disappointment. Microsoft has officially confirmed that they are planning to kill its 32-year old 'MS Paint' along with some more tools and features with its Windows 10 Fall Creators update, which will roll out soon.
However, after receiving an overwhelming response for MS Paint, Microsoft then released a note saying that MS Paint is not going anywhere. It will be available to download in the next update. The key features from MS Paint like -- photo editing, line and curve tools, and 2D creation will be added in the app that Microsoft announced from 3D graphics called - Paint 3D.
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