Want to find a way to make Web searches easier for a Mac? Look no further there is the Inquisitor. The Inquisitor for Mac OS X adds Spotlight search behavior to your Safari search box. When you enter a search term the Inquisitor brings up a tight sleek black list of results and possible search variants to help you find what you want. You can change the amount of results you get, change the search engine, or even add your own search engine.
This wonderful adware Cocoa plug-in, is excellent for searching those hard to find information on the web. Imagine being able to not just use google but other search engines at the same time. The inquisitor replaces the Google search bar in Safari or Camino with a predictive-typing feature that can be used for the Google search engine, as well as other sites. Inquisitor, though is only available for Safari (a web browser developed by Apple Inc.) due to the small percentage of Camino(a free, open source, GUI-based Web browser based on Moxilla’s Gecko layout engine) users using it.
Not only will it make web searches easier it will also save you time and maybe tons of money. Not only will you be able to find discounts when you shop online but will be able to find it on a number of search engines at the same time, saving you time and money, and who wouldn’t want to save on that now a days. I recommend this useful (and did I mention a free program ) for your Mac.