Google has revealed it’s developing a web-optimized version of its search engine.
This is the latest in a string of improvements that have been made to the search engine in recent months, including new results and improved search algorithms.
The changes to the Google search engine include a new search box, the introduction of a new feature called “more search options”, new “more” links and an improved way of sorting results.
It is the second time Google has released a version of the search system.
The first version, released in 2010, included a revamped web browser, which included the ability to “pre-fill” web searches.
The new version of Google’s search engine features more search options, including:More search options and better sorting: Google has redesigned the search bar to include a better search box.
More search options also includes the ability for search results to be sorted in a different way, so you can find a specific result more easily.
Search results can now be sorted by date, keyword, keyword phrase or any other criteria.
This new search engine is available to everyone on the web.
It will be available as a beta on the Google Search Console.
The beta is only available for a limited time, so if you haven’t yet installed it, you’ll want to do so now.
The Google Search Engine Beta is available on the Web Search Console for all users, but only to “people who have already logged in to their Google Account”.
You’ll need to sign in to your Google account if you want to test out the new search.
For more information about Google’s upcoming search overhaul, head over to the Search Engine Project website.