Google Toolbar for Firefox 3.0.20070201W

Google Toolbar increases your ability to find information from anywhere on the web. This means you can quickly and easily use Google to search from any website location, without returning to the Google home page to begin another search. The Google Toolbar updates itself automatically, so you never need to install a newer version as long as you use the Toolbar. You can determine which version of the Toolbar you have by clicking the "Settings" button on the Toolbar and selecting "Help" > "About Google Toolbar."

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I use Google Bookmarks, the built-in text box spellcheck, multiple searches, and GMail button. OK, all of these can be created from several addons/extensions, but why have several when I can have one?

It's about ease of use and simplicity. And I use it on my IE at work where I cannot have Firefox.

Quiet Easily Done.

This version, 3.0, allows you to use all the features of the Google toolbar while looking identical to the standard FireFox search box -- so no bloating.
Still, the toolbar provides tons of features that I find quite useful and would require about a dozen addons to replicate.

So, bloated? Not at all. I think its a very nice addition to FireFox.

i use it to search the web, and for images i just hit the image button... and it has a button for google earth and gmail...

and i didn't have to change anything around...

nice and easy...

I use it to replace the existing search; I don't have the toolbar enabled. That way search results can open in a new tab instead of in the existing one. If the default box can do that I never found the setting.

noll3095 said,
I use it to replace the existing search; I don't have the toolbar enabled. That way search results can open in a new tab instead of in the existing one. If the default box can do that I never found the setting.

If you want to make search results open in a new tab just get TabMixPlus The absoloute MUST HAVE for firefox and tell it to open search results in a new tab! Here is an image of where the settings are
http://img241.imageshack.us/img241/3254/tmpgl8.jpg

Get TabMixPlus
https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1122/
Less crap then the Google toolbar and WAY more functionality!

~S2~

Actually, you don't even need TabMix. Just type about:config in the address bar. Then search for the follow setting:

browser.search.openintab

Change the value to True and you're good to go. No extensions needed!