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The toolbar attaches to your browser, and provides you with many shortcuts and easy ways of accessing the web without wasting any time.
The 4 Most Important Benefits of the Google Toolbar
- The advanced search capabilities of the Google toolbar offer you the ability of not only accessing the web and getting suggestions for the keywords you type in, but also to search for news articles or target only the results of websites you’ve visited in the past.
- Speed and convenience define this toolbar. It can access your Gmail and Google+ accounts directly for easy navigation, help you fill web forms fast with the AutoFill option, and access Google Translate directly to instantly translate any text in 51 languages.
- For those in search of only the most legitimate, secure and well-known web locations, the toolbar allows you to view the Page Rank of any page, assisting with the relevance of your searches.
- You even get a chance to brush up on your grammar and correct your content with Google’s spell checker, which will help you correct spelling mistakes on forms, emails, forums and more.
Security and Convenience
Aside from the advantages and features presented above, the Google toolbar also allows you to browse the web more safely by effectively blocking all pop-ups, as well as helping you save time with relevant suggestions for broken or incorrectly written URLs.
Trusted and utilized by millions, the many benefits of the Google toolbar can help you save a lot of time and effort, while completely streamlining your web browsing experience through quick access to all Google tools and services, as well as the ability of keeping advanced, targeted searches conveniently at your fingertips.
I have the highest respect for entrepreneurs. By nature we inspire to go where others don’t have the skills (or guts) to go.
But we also understand the risks we take – and that odds are stacked heavily against us. If you’re reading this then chances are you’ve found yourself amongst the majority. That for one reason or another, you’re unable to move forward with your startup.
I am resurrecting this website. A very famous guy in tech had this exact website (and exact URL) and even he decided that he would not continue…
I am bringing this site back for two reasons. Firstly because I was looking for a place where I could find Web 2.0 companies that wanted to get out – as I’m interested in rolling up a number of web applications and services into a larger entity. Secondly, and more importantly, as an entrepreneur who has failed as many times as succeeded, I wanted there to be a place where entrepreneurs can get psychological closure by getting a clean break. Whatever someone may offer you for your web application or domain name, it will in no way justify the heart and sweat you’ve put into it… but the simple act of selling all of it – even for a small amount – gives you the psychological peace of mind that only a clean break brings.
I hope this website can help you get the closure you deserve – and give you the peace of mind you need to get back on the saddle.
To accomplish this I want your feedback and input as to what should be included on this site. Below are my ideas, and I would appreciate your voice – and your support.