Google Toolbar's New Browse By Name Feature

By Phantasm66
Jul 15, 2004
  1. Google's new toolbar enhancement means that you will never have to type a full URL name again!

    "The Google Toolbar's new Browse by Name feature, introduced on Wednesday, takes the concept of searching from the browser address bar and kicks it up a notch. Now, to search, you simply type the name or description of the site you're looking for. If there's a strong match, Google will go straight to that page. For example, "new york times", "ben and jerry", "john kerry" and "strong bad" all zoom directly to the appropriate page."
  2. DigitAlex

    DigitAlex TechSpot Paladin Posts: 536

    Nothing really new out there. In Firefox, if you type something IN THE ADDRESS BAR, the result is exactly the same. And for some time already...
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