iGoogle isn't long for this world, but that doesn't mean that Google won't have a personalized home page for you.
A Chrome browser extension and some code hidden on a Web site indicate that Google might replace iGoogle with a desktop version of Google Now.
The latest reports from the officials of Google O.S, focuses on the code on a Web page that it says Google uses to test new features. In this case, the code calls out "Google Now" in instructions on what the new features do. Google revealed last summer that its previous customizable home page, iGoogle, would be shut down on November 1, 2013. iGoogle launched its Google-flavored combination of search and widgets in 2005 to compete with My Yahoo.
Google not yet immediately responded to a request to comment. There are other indications that big plans are hiking for Google Now.Google has built a Chrome desktop extension that opens Google Now as your "new tab" page, Along with the spout hidden in the test page's HTML. Russian is set as the the default language , but it is verified in the Chrome Web Store as coming from Google