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Summary:

Firefox add-on KwiClick lets you perform searches in a small additional browser window, making searches faster and less obtrusive, as you don’t have to open a new tab or window, or leave the page that you’re on. KwiClick can search using Google, YouTube, Twitter, Wikipedia and […]

Firefox add-on KwiClick lets you perform searches in a small additional browser window, making searches faster and less obtrusive, as you don’t have to open a new tab or window, or leave the page that you’re on. KwiClick can search using Google, YouTube, Twitter, Wikipedia and more. To demonstrate how it works, I recorded a quick screencast showing it in action:

WWD Screencast: KwiClick from WebWorkerDaily on Vimeo.

KwiClick is free, works with Firefox 3+ and can be downloaded from the Mozilla Add-ons site.

Let us know what you think of KwiClick in the comments.

  1. I’ve been using KwiClick since version 2.0 and love it. In the new version 2.32, it lets you publish any embedded video you find on the web (youTube,vimeo,etc) directly to your facebook or twitter. A must download.

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  2. Also been using KwiClick for a while. Works great and doesnt slow down firefox. Its great for reading an article and having google results handy without having to go to gogle.com.

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  3. Thank you for the great tip! I was not familiar with KwiClick and just downloaded it. Your video was excellent.

    Gratefully,
    Linda F

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