The Internet Explorer 9 which was released by Microsoft comes with a lot of new features and a polished UI. We have already covered on how to customize the tab settings and also to enable tracking protection in the new IE9. Another nice feature included in IE9 is “Search using Copied text” or “Go to copied address”. This feature makes users to quickly copy text from any web page and search using the default search engine or copy any web address from any page and quickly open the page without having to open the new tab.
How it Works
Just select any text on any webpage and then click CTRL +C (copy) and then hit the CTRL+SHIFT+L keys to search the copied text in your search engine. If you have copied a web address, you can easily open the site using the keyboard shortcut. The option is available in the context menu of IE9.
Here is a video of the feature in action.
This feature is very handy when you want to search for any terms when browsing any website.
Is there any way to disable this feature? Yes, it’s nice and handy but menu it’s too fat because of this item.