Customizing Chrome’s Search Engine

You normally use Chrome’s Address box to type the address of the web page you want to peruse. However, if you use the Address box to type something non-address-like, Chrome assumes you’re entering a search term. To prove it, check out Figure 4.4. As you can see, I’ve typed rutabaga in the Address bar. In the list that Chrome displays, the first item is rutabaga—Google Search, and that item is highlighted. This means that if you press Enter at this point, Chrome sends your Address box text to the Google search engine, which then displays the results. Nice!
Figure 4.4 Type some text into the Chrome Address box ...

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