Description: WebFoil is a desktop utility that simultaneously queries the most popular search engines straight from your desktop. With a built-in download client and over 80 search engines grouped into 18 categories and 2 channels, you can search the web, download mp3s, find song lyrics, read about your favourite music and movies, search auction sites and much more.
Simply select a category, enter the search word(s) you want to look for and click a button. The results are quickly returned in an easy to read format ready for you to look at. You can view each site's description simply by moving the mouse over it and sort the results by any column with a simple mouse click. Each result is displayed as soon as it is retrieved so you don't need to wait for the search to finish to act on them.
WebFoil also has many powerful features. Results can be saved for later or you can export them as a text or html file. You can even customize the html to suit your own needs. Advanced filtering options let you remove duplicates and other unwanted results and in some categories you can even filter results by date. Results can also be validated to determine if the web pages exist before you bother to view them. WebFoil even has a powerful built-in language for creating categories and search engines so you can add your own favorites. A built-in download client is also included so you can download data and mp3 files straight to your computer. Some categories even use a fast built-in viewer to open results.
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