In our tests, GooglePreview was completely accurate and didn't slow down our searches, though a tool for magnifying the thumbnail without actually having to visit the site might be a good improvement for future releases. GooglePreview isn't essential, but it won't cost you a dime and certainly comes in handy.
This Firefox plug-in only performs one simple job, but it is pretty clever and totally free of charge. To put things simply, GooglePreview displays a thumbnail preview of your Web searches next to their descriptions. The program works with Yahoo as well as Google, but doesn't support any other search engines. This plug-in lacks extensive customization options, but you can limit the maximum number of returned images up to 100.
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