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by Stephen Logan on 29th March 2010
Google has detailed some of the changes it has made to its Google Suggest tool, which was first launched by the firm in 2008.
Writing on its official blog, the organisation explained that the aim of the feature was to reduce spelling mistakes and help users to find what they were looking for as quickly as possible.
Since its launch, a number of changes have been made, which Google noted will affect SEO services in 50 languages across 170 domains.
The changes include boldface search suggestions and the removal of result counts, which the brand claimed will "simplify your experience".
Similarly, the enterprise has also added "the Google Search and I’m Feeling Lucky buttons to the box so they’re still accessible even when the Suggest box is open", it stated.
Last week, Google announced the launch of a new Favourites function which allows people to share websites they like or use regularly with friends and family.