If you think Google's search results look a tad different, don't worry, you're not alone. The company is rolling out a new design of search to desktop users that includes changes to both organic and ads results.

It removes underlines and increases the font size and changes the way ads are labeled in search results. The biggest change is the way Google's AdWords-targeted ads are identified. In the new look, Google removed the pink shading appearing behind the ads in search results. Ads are preceded by a small yellow box labeled "ad".

The change makes the design look cleaner and simpler, and it is optimized for touch as well, Amit Singhal, said in a blog post explaining those changes.

What do you think?