Internet Explorer 8 includes the familiar separate on-screen search box, but IEBlog points out another technique you can use to perform a search: from the IE address bar, just type a question mark and then your search term. Unsurprisingly, a similar technique also works in Firefox 3, though it will often send you straight to the top-ranked search result rather than offering choices.
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