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WordClick is a handy tool that looks up selected words on Web pages and in e-mails, though we would have liked more search engine options. Without even typing or highlighting a word, this Internet Explorer add-on allows you to hover your mouse pointer over a word and simply click the word to instantly perform a search.

Its interface resembles Windows. It offers settings to select search engines to use and to determine how fast the program will change a hovered-over word into a clickable search link. We like that you can use three different mouse click combinations to launch three different search engines. Although we would have liked a few more popular search engine options, you'll be able to search using Google, MSN Search, Amazon, eBay, and Frazoo. Folks will like the way this free program saves time with instant online lookups.

 
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Publisher WordClick
Publisher web site http://www.workclick.com
Release Date May 14, 2006
Date Added May 14, 2006
Version 1

Category

Category Browsers
Subcategory Internet Explorer Add-ons & Plugins

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server, Internet Explorer 6

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Total Downloads 296
Downloads Last Week 1

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License Model Free
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Price Free
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