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Googling without a browser. I really like this one...
The Google Deskbar is a free software download that appears as a search box in the Windows taskbar at the bottom right of most Windows-based PCs. Users enter queries into the search box and results are automatically displayed in a small pane that rises above the Deskbar and overlays a corner of the application they’re using.
But PLEASE give me those prefixes (AB search word) because usign hte mouse to select form the menu completely negates the speed gain!
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Offhand I don't know about the FindWhat url--does it work with single words? It might be that some sites escape spaces strangely or something.
Glad people like this tool!
I'll look forward to seeing what wild searches people have been able to make it do. :)
So I can type
cv (for convert) USD MTL 13.45[ENTER]
and get 4.97650 MTL as the result, after regexign the target page...
Yummy, just IMAGINE the gadzillions of jobs you could do with that! Then give us a history list of the resutls we got like this (you can't really do that with whole web pages, but very well with result text extracts)
tell your programmers... heck, let ME write the code for you for free, I WANT this!
bcolflesh, where did you see a mention of a Puffin? You're confusing me. :)
Go to wherever you installed the software - default:
Right-click on ggviewer64-0.exe
Notice the Description on the General tab and the Internal Name on the Version tab:
Don't know if anyone found this yet...
Pressing shift-enter opens the search in the browser. Same for the other searches (e.g. Shift+Ctrl+N opens news in the browser).
Yes, but does anyone know how to make the mini viewer into a browser without clicking your mouse?
I do a search in desktop, the mini viewer opens with the results, I then want to expand the window, but currently you can only do it by clicking your mouse in the top left corner.
Sometimes I want to just see a quick results and if its good want to put it on full screen would be nice to do it without the mouse otherwise I will just go back to the usual browser :(
That is a potential big-deal. Rumours are rampant on the new longhorn that it might incorporate search on the desktop and possibly blurring the distinction between files on one's harddisk & on the internet for SERPS.
as usual, it is pure guess-work and not a stated fact
Once Google launch their own browser they can auto update all the Google plug-ins on IE with a warning that the software will stop working on IE soon and that they need to go get their copy of Google browser. I'm sure this is on the agenda. They just need enough features to make the swap irresistable.