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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Searching Google in Widescreen: Two-Column Search Results

Not only can you take advantage of a widescreen monitor with a specially tweaked version of Firefox, you can now display Google search results in two columns using a Greasemonkey script called Two-Column Google.

The script rearranges Google results into two columns that you read left to right instead of top to bottom. This is extremely useful if you hate scrolling to see more search results. For extra-widescreen monitors, you can even increase the number of rows by tweaking the script code.

Be sure to install the Greasemonkey extension if you haven't already.



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