Search Google in Safari
If you want to search the web for something you’ll probably turn to Google. You don’t need to click your Bookmark for Google and wait for it to load (or, even worse, type in Google’s address and wait). Safari, like many modern browsers, has a dedicated Google Search field.
Mac Tip #224/14-December-2005
Click the thumbnails for larger versions.At the top of the Safari window, to the right of the Address Bar, is a Google search area. Type your search terms into that field and press Return.
Click the magnifying glass icon in the Google search field to see a list of recent searches. Select a search from that list to repeat it.If you find the Address Bar or the Google search area too long or short you can drag the dot between them to the right or left in order to resize them.
And if you’ve searched and then followed links from the page of results notice how a small white curly arrow appears in an orange circle at the right hand end of the search field. Click that arrow to quickly snap back to the page of search results.To quickly erase the search terms in the search field click the small white x in the grey circle at the right hand end of the search field.