Mac OS X 10.7 Lion – Spotlight

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion – Spotlight boasts live Spotlight previews of web pages. The feature comes in handy when searching for something that you’ve recently come across during a web browsing session, or to kick-start a new session from where you left off, on the spot.

 After using Safari to browse the web, you can use Spotlight – the system-wide search function built inside Mac OS X – to bring up recent browsing sessions with the key words you can remember.

Even if you quit Safari, Spotlight still remembers what you’ve been up to and allows you to kick off a new browsing session by selecting one of the recently visited web pages.

However, the neat thing is the live preview of said web page, which better enables the user to visualize the search and determine which of the displayed results is the one he /she is looking for.

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