With FirstStop WebSearch, you can: * Search multiple engines all at once. * Save and export search results to office and web applications. * Get all search results instead of only 10 per page. * Automatically conduct batch searches.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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FirstStop WebSearch Free Edition 5.0.3 With FirstStop WebSearch, you can: * Search multiple engines all at once. * Quickly identify the most appropriate search results. * Keep your searches organized. * Reuse your findings at any time.
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Description: Make intensive web search operations more productive.
FirstStop WebSearch Busines Edition is a fast, easy to use software that leverages the power of search engines and minimizes their drawbacks by doing the things that you wish search engines could do.
* Search multiple selected engines all at once. - This is a fast way to get comprehensive search results.
* Save and export search results to office and web applications. - Supported formats: XML, HTML, RSS, CSV, MS Word, MS Excel, plain text.
* Get all available search results in a single list instead of only 10 or 20 per page. - Save the time you would spend browsing multiple search result pages and copying results to your list 10 or 20 at a time.
* Automatically conduct batch searches. - You don't have to wait until one search is finished to start the next search. To save time, you can create a batch search and have FirstStop automatically retrieve and save search results for every search in the batch.
* Customize FirstStop WebSearch. Almost any search sources can be added, whether it is your favorite web search engine or disparate search sources on your enterprise Intranet.
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