Inquisitor X, Meet Firefox and Internet Explorer

For a long time now I have been using Inquisitor for Safari, a plugin for the Apple web browser which displays suggestions and provides autocompletion for your searches right in your browser.

Inquisitor speeds up your searches like no other. Start typing and websites appear instantly, along with suggestions to help refine your search.

Inquisitor understands you, learning and tailoring your results as you search. You can also add more search engines with customized keyboard shortcuts.

Inquisitor is fast, smart, flexible and free! (Extract from Inquisitor)

I thought when David Watanabe’s inquisitor was acquired by Yahoo!, we might all see the downslide of the clever plugin, but Yahoo! have pulled a great product out of the hat with compatibility for both Firefox and Internet Explorer, keeping the same look and feel originally designed by David Watanabe.

So what are you waiting for download Inquisitor now.

Posted On: Friday, November 14th, 2008 @ 7:02 pm by Ian Tearle


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