There are many times when we read something in a website and google about it by copying the text. In order to do that we copy the text and then paste in Google search of the browser and then search. What if it were possible to copy the text to clipboard and then directly launch the Google search using the text that is copied to the clipboard? Yes, Clipboard to Google is a small free tool that runs in your Windows system tray and gives you the option to launch the Google search using the copied text in a click.
To launch a Google search just copy the text and click on the Clipboard to Google icon in the system tray and it will launch the the Google search in Internet Explorer. There is an option even provided even to view the text that is copied in the clipboard.
One of the drawbacks of this tool is that it uses only Internet Explorer for launching the Google search, it would have been great if there was an option to choose the browser of your choice. We tested this tool in Windows XP and Windows Vista.
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