When Google first launched Google Instant Search in 2010, it called it "a fundamental shift in search that will save time when searching."
Instant Search or Instant Search displays the search results page for the user while typing the search phrase of interest.
Although this feature helped to produce faster search results, it did not help in typing quickly.
This is why many disabled the feature. OR Google tried to make things more comfortable with entering keyboard shortcuts, but that did not change the fact that showing results was terribly annoying if you typed long search queries.
The search feature used much more bandwidth as it displayed more result pages on the search phrase.
So Google has decided to stop Google Instant Search. The company stopped the feature, thanks to the rise of mobile telephony and the fact that direct search does not work as well on mobile devices for various reasons.
A spokesman for Google said in Search Engine Land that many searches are performed on mobiles and that mobile devices have "very different inputs, interactions and limitations on the screen."
So if you try to do a search today on Google from your computer, you will receive the search suggestions, but you will notice that the search results will not begin to appear as you type.
This means you will stay a little longer on the main Google page or on a search results page.
If you have turned off the feature in your settings, or are using another search engine, you may not have noticed the change at all.