Add a different search to your firefox toolbar. ~ Ask The Admin

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Add a different search to your firefox toolbar.

Did you know that you can add or change the search engine that sits in your upper right corner of your fox browser?

One of our readers, Alex wanted to replace his default live search with ask or Google. What you have by default depends on where you downloaded your fox from.

You still with us? Good!

There is a pull down next to the search box that you can pick a different engine! Sweet.

Are you always the last to know?? This should help you on your quest for porn Knowledge

Some of the pre-configured options are:

Amazon's A9 search engine
Better tools get you better results.
BBC News
Search for the latest news from the BBC.
Find information to help manage and grow your business.
Search through most bookmarked sites.
Get the latest sports news, scores, and highlights.
Search for hotels by destination with Expedia's Best Price Guarantee.
Search for photos on Flickr.
Search for movies and movie listings
The Internet Movie Database.
Search your LinkedIn network for the people you need when you are on any Web site. search engine.
Lonely Planet
Search through Lonely Planet's travel guides.
Stock quote look-up and financial information.
English dictionary search.
A real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere
USA Today
Find the latest news from across the USA and around the world.
Weather Channel
Enter city, state or zip code to find your weather information.
The incredible free encyclopedia.
Yahoo! Answers
Search real answers to real questions from real people.
Search engine for kids and teens.

And you can also add one thats not on the list by following these directions. But it takes some geeky know how to get it working. You can't mess anything up but frustration can seriously make you pull your hair out of your head.

What do you use in your search bar? Got any other firefox hacks? Hit us up in the comments - put us on!