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Scadarlia: New Approach to Search Engines Using 

Nothing is as boring as clicking on a search result only to find that it doesn't have what you are looking for. Scardalia brings a different concept into the picture.The browser like this app gives a way to annotate different search results giving you an idea of what you are opening long before you click on the link.

Short description of the working principle

Suppose I want to know if Alexander Macedonian died of a disease (not of a poison). So I start Scadarlia and input in the left browser keywords: 'alexander', 'macedonian', 'death' and 'disease'.

Google find the most relevant (from his point of view) pages.

Then Scadarlia starts following this links from Google in parallel retrieving these pages' content painting the links different colors.

We need the brown links. (See Extra criterion page) Brown color means that all the keywords are in the same paragraph. We scroll to a brown link and hold mouse over it (for one second).

A popup window appears containing paragraphs with the keywords. With mousewheel you can extend the context. First paragraph always contains maximum amount of the keywords. We click on it.

Clicking this selected paragraph opens this page in the right browser and scrolls automatically to the corresponding paragraph.

This 'preliminary loading' approach allows the application to drastically increase your internet search speed.

All this in motion:

Requirements: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 for PC and laptop.

Remember: Don't just look at the paragraphs on the popup window - click on them