|FreshFind provides instant access to your favorite search engines, saving you the time to fire up your browser and make your way to a search page. The program runs silently in the background (taking up little memory) and is activated by a hotkey.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003|
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FreshFind provides instant access to your favorite search engines, saving you the time to fire up your browser and make your way to a search page. The program runs silently in the background (taking up little memory) and is activated by a global hotkey. Then, just type in your search query and hit enter, and before you know it you are staring at search results. FreshFind supports the adding of custom search engines and can tell you how much time the program has saved you since installing it.
search, engine, google, engines, search engine, yahoo, find, internet, altavista, msn, hotkey
16mb ram, 283kb disk space
Can now search Google Desktop, if it is installed.
Can now go directly to a URL: enter URL, then -
Installer now has cool graphic
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