Missed during our roundup of Chrome extensions from launch day, Google's own Quick Scroll extension is a nifty little tool for power searchers. It offers in-page links to the terms you searched for when you click on a Google result.
In other words, it saves you the trouble of Ctrl+F searching for an exact phrase that you saw in Google's little snippet when you click and arrive on that page. It can pinpoint multiple occurrences of a phrase, or clusters of words occurring close together. As the Google Operating System notes, it's not always available, in part because some Google search results text snippets come from meta tags and other data not shown on a page.
Here's Google's seven-slide explanation of how it works:
Google Quick Scroll requires a development version of Chrome running on Windows, or a beta (or daily build) version on Linux, with Mac betas soon to follow.