How to do a simple search on the Internet with a direct shortcut
If CTRL+ALT+B is too slow for you, you can select a word or phrase in your favourite translation environment, and press a shortcut key assigned by you to skip the Search window and display the results in your favourite search engine, online dictionary, online encyclopaedia or local dictionary directly.
How to look for a term in several websites at the same time with a direct shortcut
You can also select a word or phrase in your favourite translation environment, and press a shortcut key assigned by you to skip the Search window and launch all the searches in a chosen group (almost) simultaneously.
How to close browser tabs when returning to your translation environment
After a few searches you may find that the number of browser tabs is getting a bit out of hand. IntelliWebSearch provides you with a simple way of preventing this.
How to use Ad Hoc PluriSearch in IntelliWebSearch
Hold down the Ctrl key on the Search Window, click two or three (or more) icons, then hit Enter. The chosen searches (and only the chosen ones) are launched. You can also select a set of consecutive searches by holding down the Shift key.