how can I search something at google, yahoo, excite, etc. at the same time?

I want to search my things at them,
but I must input everytime while I search,
How can I simiplify the work?
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jasper_liuConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You can try MultiSearch, a tool helps you.
download it at
You can also try metasearch engines such as
They allow you to input one search phrase and search multiple search engines.
A sample search phrase would be

"outlook express" inbox repair

This searches for the phrase OUTLOOK EXPRESS along with INBOX and REPAIR
I use Copernic, they have a free version
it searches multiple engines, and saves your searches, and even can validate bad links
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From my experience, if it isn't found in google you've got buckley's chance of finding it elsewhere.
WakeupSpecialist 1Commented:
opens up a window and you can type in what you want to search for and select engines to use to search.  This only searches Yahoo, lycose, and Alta vista.  What this does is you input your search and it will give you the opportunity to search each available Search engine.  One at a time however, you dont have to type in the information you are searching for over and over into each search engine.
WakeupSpecialist 1Commented:
Another site is:
you can customize which search engines to use and it will search them all at once and get rid of the duplicated finds.
However some of the search engines are not listed, and there are some that are listed that you didnt mention.

Here are some others to look at and see if they will do what you require:
hotwareAuthor Commented:
Thank you all.

I am using MultiSearcher 1.1
It's wonderful.
Why a C?
I agree
"It's wonderful."
seems like it would warrant an "A" to me
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