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Quickly search selected text on any search engine

Search Selectable Search Tool is a little utility for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, which lets you search highlighted text on any search engine with a shortcut key. No more having to copy the text, open a web browser, go to Google (or similar), paste text into search box, and hit enter.

Just select some text from a document or a web page , press CTRL + SHIFT + C. Then watch your favorite search engine show you results within seconds. Switch search engines with a click of a mouse (right click on the tray icon and select a search engine).

Currently included engines are: All The Web, Alta Vista, AOL, ASK, Bing ,Blog Search, Google, Lycos, MSN and Yahoo.

However, the program open search results in Internet Explorer only. There is no option to change this. This is the main drawback of this tool. You can download the tool from here. [Similar program]


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