Re-Search makes your search easy, fast and effective. You can search information on the web with more than one search engine simultaneously. You can not only choose the engines but also add engines you'd like to use.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: Re-Search is a free search software that provides a wonderful way to do web ferret. It makes your searches easy, fast and effective. You can search information on the web with more than one search engine simultaneously. Use which one and use how many engines are all depends on you.
Re-Search is a new way of web site search engine optimization that make your web search more effective. It is a personal engine, a great web searching tool, and a free web ferret. You can download this free search software on your desktop freely.
>> Many search engines search the web for a target at the same time.
>> Common sort information: Including 15 types of common sort information.
>> Page styles: Choose different page styles to show the search results.
>> Result state: Adding the result state in the result display can test if the searching web site or page is connected or not.
>> Advanced search: Add the advanced search function.
>> Look over the title,URL address, brief introduction and source information .
>> Show the results' number of every page and total pages.
>> Choose search engine needing to use while searching the web each time .
>> To different search engine, can choose and use different agencies while doing search.
>> Search in result, you can do a re-search based on the former result.
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