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Google rolls out the newly developed Desktop Search tab

Google Desktop Search has had a number of visible updates over the past few weeks. The latest is a comprehensive redesign on the News tab that does a better job of highlighting headlines and publishers.

Announced by Google News Initiative on Twitter, the updated design is for "News" tab that allows you to filter search results to current articles from publications. A prominent addition is a carousel that notes what "People are also looking for."

In the next few weeks, we roll out a newly developed News tab in Search on the desktop. The updated design makes the publisher's name more prominent and organizes articles more clearly to help you find the news you need.

A common element in the main search view, each card has a cover image, headline and time. Readers can browse and tap the upper right arrow to see more, reminiscent of topics in Google News.

Single stories are greatly benefited by increased distance and are no longer stably stacked on top of each other. Presented as cards with weak gray contours, a picture is shown to the right, while the whole title is included. This format also allows more preview.

However, this reconstruction comes at the expense of fewer links per page, with related depth or opinion articles that are not displayed in the same frequency during a story. However, it is much better for readability and just browsing through results.

Newsflash rebuild for Google.com rolls out in the next few weeks.

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