MSN Search Toolbar with Windows Desktop Search has been released

Why does Microsoft always choose big long names for everything? Anyway, the MSN Search Toolbar, blah blah blah has been updated and is available here. I really love this software and it saves me time every day. They've made lots of improvements, especially in the results window. Check it out!

Comments (9)

  1. Vinodi says:

    All is well. But I think that the preview requires the presence of Office XP or greater which is a bit unfair to users of Office 2000. I like to have preview of my data as it has been laid in the document, but all that I get is a one huge block of data without any punctuations and formatting.

  2. Galo says:

    That was very childish closing the thread about patent because the discussion didn’t go your way. Patenting autocompletion for email and copying to clipboard is ridiculous. I don’t expect you to be ashamed of what you did, people never think they are wrong. That’s why I am telling very clearly:


    You can close that thread, you can close this thread, you just better close your blog and work more for your little company.

  3. John says:

    dude… really… patenting email addresses? Are you kidding me?

  4. be LikeDan says:

    You are soooooooooooooooooooooooo smart.

    I want to be like you.

  5. Chris Hota says:

    Wanna hear something ridiculous? I went to Burger King last night (it was late, didn’t want to cook), and saw their newest burger, the Angus Bacon Cheddar Ranch Steak Burger.

    I think the "big long names" thing is a corporate fad.

  6. Todd R. says:

    Hmmm, that gives me an idea! I’ll patent a way of slathering mayo on a burger, so that BK, McD’s and the rest will have to pay me a royalty for every burger served. Genius!

    That’s got to be at least as innovative as a patent for copying an e-mail address to the clipboard.

  7. Reality shift says:

    Wow – how absolutely amazing. Google are running a beta of a video search – if you’re quick you might be able to copy that as well. Perhaps you could even patent it before them too.


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