Google is experimenting with making Chrome’s address bar even more useful

Google has a new experiment going on with Chrome omnibox – or the address bar, as it’s more commonly known. The trial relates to the autocomplete function that saves you from having to type out the full URL of a site you have already visited, and it looks like a pretty major upgrade is on the way.

Currently, if you want to revisit TechRadar.com (although, of course, you should have it bookmarked!) you can start to type the first few letters and Chrome will suggest the rest. But the upcoming change will enable autocomplete for the titles of pages.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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