Google Toolbar increases your ability to find information from anywhere on the web. The Google Toolbar appears along with the Internet Explorer toolbar. Toolbar offers helpful search suggestions as you type in the search box. While most suggestions come from popular Google searches, you’ll also see suggestions from your Google bookmarks and your search history. Toolbar even lets you know if you’ve incorrectly spelled a word, and suggests the correct spelling.
Tired of typing in your address and credit card information every time you shop online? AutoFill makes shopping a breeze by enabling you to fill out web forms with a single click. Just enter your info once in the Toolbar’s Options dialog box and you’re ready for an online shopping spree. (Note: your credit card info stays password-protected.)
The online review of a great new restaurant has the place’s address but no map. You could type the restaurant’s street, city, and ZIP code into the search box, but why bother, when clicking the Toolbar’s AutoLink button will automatically create a link to an online map (US addresses only)? AutoLink can also link package tracking numbers to delivery status, VIN numbers (US) to vehicle history, and publication ISBN numbers to Amazon.com listings.
Want to create and label bookmarks that you can access from any computer? Simply click the Toolbar’s star icon, or right-click the star to add and label a bookmark. You’ll be able to access your Bookmarks menu on any computer with the new Google Toolbar installed.
You can use your Google Toolbar to share web pages via email, text message (SMS), or blog. To share an entire page, select from the Toolbar’s "Send To" menu; to share an excerpt, simply select the section of the page you want to share before clicking "Send To."