The google had already been testing for the new inteface since the start of the year,  the webblog at aicube.net has described a 1 step way to try this new interface.

According to the blog aicube.net….

Just Download the “Add N Edit Cookies” Firefox Extension e create a Cookie for your firefox in this way :

NAME: PREF
VALUE: ID=fb7740f107311e46:TM=1142683332:LM=1142683332:S=fNSw6ljXTzvL3dWu
SERVER: http://www.google.com

Now you’re ready to check new google interfaces.

If you like it remeber to save the cookie or at the end of the session it will expire and google will switch back to standard version.

Note : YOU HAVE TO DELETE ALL OLD COOKIE FROM GOOGLE BEFORE TRY THIS, OTHERWISE IT WILL NOT WORK.

An another easy solutiion to this is….

  1. Download and install the Add
    N Edit Cookies
    extension. Restart Firefox.

  2. Run the extension by going to Tools >
    Cookie Editor.

  3. Type “google” into the box at the top and click
    “Filter/Refresh”. Scroll through the list and look for a cookie called “PREF”
    (Disclaimer: I don’t know what this cookie is really for, so modify it at your own
    risk!
    ).

    1. If it exists, double-click on it and change the
      “Content” field to the following (remove the line break first):

      ID=fb7740f107311e46:TM=1142683332:
      LM=1142683332:S=fNSw6ljXTzvL3dWu

    2. If it does not exist, you must create it. Click on Add. Enter PREF for
      the Name and the bold string above for Content. Set the Domain to .google.com and /
      for the Path. Set the expiration date to whatever you want–pick “Expire at end of session” if you only want
      to see the “new” Google until the next time you launch Firefox. Otherwise set a date far in the future.

  4. Click Save and then close out of the Cookie Editor. The next time you
    search Google you should see the new search results page. If you get sick of it, you can just delete to cookie and
    it’ll go away.

Courtsey: LifeHacker.com

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