How To Preview Google Chrome Search results.

Preview the Google search results.

Apart from promoted content and ads on top of the search result, position 1 and position 2 web page link contains the most relevant information to your quire, and Google also shows a small description below search result for you to check whether the inside information is useful to you or not.

People mostly open few top search results in new tabs and start looking at each tab one by one to get the best information and I guess you also do the same but what if Google gives you an option to preview the search results without clicking on any link.  

Preview the Google search results.

There is no official feature in the Google Chrome web browser to preview the search results but you can use an interesting Chrome extension to do so.

Open your Chrome browser and search for Google Results Preview Extension in Chrome Web Store. Click on ‘Add to Chrome’ to download and install that Chrome Extension.

Google Results Preview Extension.

Now, click on the extension icon on the top right corner of the browser and tap on “Turn Results Preview On” and then the extension icon will turn into a free ON icon.

Trun of Preview Extension.

Now search for something on Google then hover your cursor over any of the results to see a large preview. You can even scroll through the preview page without ever leaving Google. 

Google Search Results Preview.

Preview takes a couple of seconds to appear, but it’s a lot quicker than loading the entire page to discover it’s not what you wanted. You can stop preview loading by clicking anywhere on the blank space.  

You also get three additional options below the preview windows, one arrow sign to ‘open link’ that page then next option to ‘copy the link’ of that preview page and the last one is about us. 

This is one of the most interesting and useful extensions I ever found, as it saves a lot of time while browsing and looking for the relevant information on different pages.  

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