Navigate through Google Search with a set of hotkeys.
What is Google Navigation?
Google Navigation is a Microsoft Edge add-on that allows users to navigate through Google Search using hotkeys. It provides a set of key combinations to scroll and open search results, move between pages, access Wikipedia and translator widgets, and more. With Google Navigation, you can enhance your search experience and improve your productivity. Download now!
Google Navigation is a Microsoft Edge extension which brings a set of hotkeys for users to navigate through Google Search page.
In general, hotkeys added by this extension can be recognized by their corresponding icons. When the key is down, the page will scroll to where the result locates, and the result link will be opened when the key is up. To cancel an action, you can keep the key down for a period until the icon bounce back.
For general search results, use 0 to 9. The first will be assigned with ⮨ Enter key when no element is focused.
Press . for next page; , for previous page.
P for Wikipeida widget on the right hand if available.
T to get focus to the translator widget or calculator widget.
When CTRL is pressed, an icon will show up in press-down status, after that, all links will be opened in new tab, until this mode is deactivated by pressing CTRL again.
To learn more about usage and source code, see: https://github.com/veringsek/google-navigation
Google Navigation is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.
Google Navigation is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.