Firefox 1.5 and Rollyo

Posted on November 29, 2005  Comments (2)

The new Firefox 1.5 web browser is available. It is a great browser I have been using for at least a year. It is free, secure and has great features.

You can also try a search “roll” I have setup for the various sites (via Rollyo) [that no longer works but I have setup similar customized search via Google]. This allows you to search those sites I have included in the “roll” and only those sites.

I have also setup a management “roll” which includes some of my favorite management sites. This is a great tool that lets you search a predefined list of sites (including blogs). You can also setup your own “rolls.” I think this is a very nice feature, let me know what you think.

You can add these search rolls to your Firefox search box (so you can select to search using Google, Yahoo… or one of these search rolls).

Also, if you have not looked at Open Office yet, take a look at it also (previous post: OpenOffice 2.0). We also have a page with some of the freeware we think is worthwhile.

2 Responses to “Firefox 1.5 and Rollyo”

  1. Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog » Management Improvement Search Engine
    October 26th, 2006 @ 9:31 pm

    […] Google has launched a nice new feature that allows users to create customized search results. I have talked about this idea before: Improve Google. Last year I posted about Rollyo, which allowed what Google now does (using Yahoo for the underlying search). I liked Rollyo but the new Google offering is better, so I have switched to using Google. […]

  2. Customized Search Results by Only Searching Specific Web Site | Improving Your Search Engine Ranking
    May 31st, 2016 @ 9:41 am

    […] One of the more interesting search features that most people know nothing about are customized search engines. I first experienced these with Rollyo in 2005. […]

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