Google has started serving up renovated search pages that gives better results position on the top of the screen.
“The change was intended to streamline search pages and make the layout on desktop computers consistent with those on smartphones and tablets,” said by The California-based Internet titan.
According to Google Search lead designer Jon Wiley-
"You’ll notice a new simpler, cleaner design on the search results page," He said in a blog post.
"There’s a bit more breathing room, and more focus on the answers you’re looking for, whether from Web results or from a feature like the Knowledge Graph."
Google began rolling out new search results pages in the United States and said it wanted to make them available to users in other regions "as soon as we can."
Google has redesigned its search results page for a "simpler, cleaner" look. The familiar sidebar has moved to the top, and overall the page seems to breathe easier. Also It will stop letting people use background images to adapt search homepages effectively.