Hotkeys for Google
Author: Dennis Nazarenko
Just select some text, press the corresponding key combination and the search
results are in front of your eyes. This is what the new free program Hotkey
Search Tool can do for you.
An advanced Internet user searches from 8 to 30 times a day. In the case of
specialized search systems, such as on-line translators, dictionaries, and
references, this value increases and totals from 10 to 60 requests a day.
Often, you had to start the browser and enter the search phrase to get the
search results. But if the
text is already typed, why should you have to type it again?
Suppose you want to search an encyclopedia for some unknown word or find the
site of some product by its name. All you need to do is just select the text and
send a command to Hotkey Search Tool. The program will copy the selected text to
the clipboard and open the browser with the search results. If you do not select
any text, the program will select the string typed before you pressed the hotkey.
A lot of users have already come to know Google Desktop. It is a convenient
system for searching your local computer and it can work with additional
plug-ins too. To perform a search in this system, you have to press windows+G or
ctrl+alt+G and after that type the text you want to search for. As you have
already guessed, with Hotkey Search Tool, you just select the text you need,
press the above key combination and get search results right away.
It should be mentioned that the program is easily customizable and you can use
it to search information in any on-line system that gets the text of requests in
The program does add one more icon to the system tray. So, we can only wish
Google developers integrated the features of this program into their
About the author
[Responsible person] Dennis Nazarenko
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