If you have been searching for information on Google lately you might have noticed that once the search results display, you can get a preview of links by hovering over them.

This is yet another enhancement by Google in terms of making the search engine user-friendly, after the introduction of the Google instant feature.  The link preview displays a separate window on the right side of the link, the height and width of the window depends on the space between the links.

If you have been searching for information on Google lately you might have noticed that once the search results display, you can get a preview of links by hovering over them.
This is yet another enhancement by Google in terms of making the search engine user-friendly, after the introduction of the Google instant feature.  The link preview displays a separate window on the right side of the link, the height and width of the window depends on the space between the links.

One major advantage of the feature is that you can visually distinguish if the link that you have hovered upon is the actual site that you want to visit. For example you might be searching for a technology blog; upon the display of the results you see two similar names. However, when you hover over the link you are able to distinguish that it is not the blog that you are searching for.

Google might be enhancing it features further as Bing and other search engines are catching up with enhancements is search  engine technology, but of course Google still has the highest rate of returning search results accurately.