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Google Tip: Hit Return Key Instead Of Clicking Search

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#1 Juha


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Posted 21 January 2008 - 11:05 AM


I think my question is pretty understandable from the title. I was just wondering how Google knows whether someone has pressed the 'Enter' key or clicked 'Search'? In other words, what sort of technology would Google use to find out that I'm clicking with my mouse and not pressing the 'Enter' key on my Keyboard? What other things can be done with this sort of technology? For example, can it detect that I am searching (not that I do!) in CAPITAL? Thus, get the tip: Searching in Capital is the same as searching in Lower-case?!

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