Brett_Tabke - 12:15 pm on Mar 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
Google is testing a couple of new search features, or may be slowly rolling them out. For one, you may have noticed that the font of the URLs in search results is now noticeably bigger.
This change was spotted by a few users at first, but it seems to be rolling out fast and is probably permanent. Without a side-by-side comparison, it may be easy to miss, but even if you don't know what it is, you'll feel like something has changed.
Google is also testing a new "search within" feature which allows users to focus their search on results just from one site.
It's already possible to do that using the "site:" operator, but most people don't know about it.
This feature is built into Instant Search and is very similar to the focused search in Chrome. It's no surprise since Google is working on unifying the Chrome omnibox with the Google search box on the site.