Usually, what will you do when you want to start new search with Google search bar on the top-right corner of your web browser? There are three ways to do that.
This is the least advanced way. However, most of my friends still use this way. First, you open new tab (keystrokes : Command-T), followed by typing in the url address "www.google.com", filling in the search term and Google will return you the result.
The advantage of using this way is that you can see Google homepage which in special occasion, the logo is changed.
In this way, you will open a new tab (shortcut : Command-T), move cursor to search box (shortcut : Command-L Tab or Command-Option-F for Safari and Command-K for Firefox), type the search term and Google will bring you to the result page for your search.
Fortunately, you don't really need to open new tab before you want to perform new search with Google. You can jump quickly to the search bar with the shortcut provided (as exposed before), type in your search term and then open url in new tab (keystrokes : Command-Return for Safari and Option-Return for Firefox). In return, you will have new tab opened with the search result from Google.
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