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firefoxGoogle Chrome is the new Google browser rich of interesting features, which sometimes make all of the proud Firefox’s owners jealous . One of the most thrilling and nice feature in Chrome is, with no doubt, its Omnibar which “guess” what you are looking for, by showing you a list of websites coming from the browser history, your bookmarks and Google itself. If you are craving for such a feature and you wish to get it on your Firefox, well, wait no more because a brand new add-on can now carry this Omnibar to your Fox!

This add-on is called …Ominbar. “Search directly using Firefox’s location bar transforming it to an Omnibar. Advanced users can use more freedom to search from their engine of choice. e.g. “@engine1,engine2 search query”. Uses search engine suggestions and supports keywords.” If you want to download it, click here.




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One Comment to “How to add Google Chrome Omnibar to Firefox”

  1. Melly Says:

    I am forever indebted to you for this infomtraion.


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