If you use the internet, you can’t live without Google. Millions of people use this search engine every day but do not know some of the hidden things inside it which are no less than a fun experience to use.
Just an average of 63,000 searches per second, 2.8 million every minute, 228 million every hour, more than 5.6 billion times every day, and 2,000 billion times a year. Of which 16 to 20% are searches that have never been searched before.
That’s why Google is constantly working on improving search engines.
In fact, Google has added a new shortcut to its search engine that helps improve search results instantly.
When you are searching for a topic and want to add something to the results page, click the slash ‘/’ on the keyboard instead of going to the search tab using the mouse.
This will take you directly to the search field where you can improve your search topic by typing or find something else.
In fact, if you click any button on the search page, Google will tell you in a pop-up window that you can reach the search box by clicking on /.
When you click on /, you will see more options of Original Search Inquiry.
In fact, the search field will also show suggestions related to general searches.
This feature of Google Search is now available to all users and is intended to enable users to search for their choice without having to use a mouse or trackpad.