Google Chrome browser 'dragging to omnibox' for searching

When in Google Chrome browser sometimes instead of opening a link you want to search for some text. You might know that you can highlight text in a web page, right-click it, and get an option to search for that text with your default search engine. It turns out there's another way to do same […]

When in Google Chrome browser sometimes instead of opening a link you want to search for some text. You might know that you can highlight text in a web page, right-click it, and get an option to search for that text with your default search engine. It turns out there's another way to do same thing: once you’ve some text selected, just click and hold the selection and drag it onto omnibox. When you let go, Google Chrome’ll search for the text you dropped using your default search engine. And just like with dragging links, you can drag in text from other programs too.

   

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