Google revealed an upgrade to the popular website’s search results called Google Instant on Wednesday.
Google Instant predicts and automatically completes search terms, which will be shown on the page, readjusting after each word or letter. Google says that this new feature will take two to five seconds off of a user’s search.
Eric Schmidt, Google’s chief executive wrote, “I predict big things happening today at Google. We’re already fast… fast is about to get faster,” on his Twitter just before the unveiling. Google Instant will be the new standard format in the U.S. and other countries with modern browsers, and will debut in the fall.