You saw an important information recently online but do not remember where. AimAtSite IE Toolbar will solve this problem.
You collected a large list of favorite links and it is difficult to find something there. AimAtSite IE Toolbar will solve the problem.
You would like to search most popular search engines, dictionaries and encyclopedias sites quickly and comfortably. Could you guess what will help you? You are right - it is AimAtSite IE Toolbar!
AimAtSite IE Toolbar is a complete search solution for Microsoft Internet Explorer. The toolbar provides History search, Favorites search, Current page search, Words highlighting and it helps you query search engines, dictionaries, encyclopedias and other Web search sites.
It uses Microsoft Indexing Service to index the content of web pages you are visiting to perform fast History and Favorites search. Unlike the built-in history search tool AimAtSite provides better performance, sorting by rank or title or date of visit, pages abstracts and flexible queries. No favorites search feature is available in Internet Explorer.
AimAtSite lets you query search engines, online dictionaries, encyclopedias, news sites and other Web search sites directly from the toolbar. More than 100 links to the most popular search sites are provided with the toolbar: Google, AltaVista, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, MSN Encarta Online Encyclopedia, Columbia Encyclopedia, Ask Jeeves, MSN Search, Yahoo, Cambridge Online Dictionary, WordReference.com dictionaries for English, French, Spanish, German and Italian languages, InfoPlease Encyclopedia and Almanacs, etc. Moreover you can add links to your favorite sites to the provided list.
AimAtSite IE Toolbar: http://www.aimingtech.com/aimatsite/AimAtSite.exe
Abacuth Search the Web: http://www.mioplanet.com/products/abacuth_search/abacuth_search.exe
Abacuth Search the web is a small floating window where you can enter words you want to send to a search engine. Results are displayed in your default web browser. You can search using predefined search engines, or using your own list (search engines, but also merchant sites, online catalogues, news, music, etc.) Abacuth Search the web is particularly useful for those who often search a same keyword on several search engines to compare results, to find the best price, etc. Intensive searchers will appreciate.