by September 6, 2005 0 comments

For every query you make on the Internet, starting from the most relevant to the search phrase entered, there are simply thousands of results. Then you have to pain yourself through manually evaluating the best hit for your query by either 
going through the summary below every link or by opening the link and checking it. You usually end up with a page which 
doesn’t have what you want. Thus, wasting time, effort and bandwidth. This is where Browster comes in.

Applies to: Search-engine users
USP: Preview search engine results’ links without opening them
Primary link:
Google keywords:
Search results preview plug-in

Browster is a free-to-download, intelligently developed search time reduction plug-in for IE and Mozilla Firefox. It keeps a watch on your browsers for search results from Google, Yahoo, MSN, etc. While the
results are being displayed, it silently downloads (pre-fetches) all the found links’
content, and lets you preview the content of every link as is, without having to open any of them. As a result, it speeds up access to search-engine results and other frequently visited pages on the Web.

Point the mouse over the ‘lightening bolt’ icon preceding each search result to pop up a preview of that link. Move the mouse out to close the preview pane Click on the Next/Previous links for jumping to the Next/Previous search results. Alternatively, use your mouse scroll wheel for it
Hit the Alt key, while simultaneously moving the mouse over any link, on any Web page to preview the pointed link Right click on a link you want and set ‘Browster prefetch ON/OFF’ to set sampling the website for future searches 

Binesh Kutty

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