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Google begins rolling out a new desktop search user interface

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Google has confirmed with Search Engine Land that they have begun rolling out a new design and look for their desktop search results page. The new design has a more boxy look resembling a mobile user interface.

I believe the official rollout began yesterday, but I spotted tests of this new design a few weeks ago.

Here is a screen shot of the new design:

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It is unclear how long this new design will take to full roll out to all searchers, but I am personally able to replicate this across dozens of desktop browsers and operating systems.

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