Get Wildcard Suggestions With A Google Autocomplete Trick

Google's autocomplete is a handy tool for both saving time and getting a feel for what people are searching. Reader scantorscantor points out a cool trick for getting a bit more from the autocomplete.

Normally, Google only autocompletes the end of a search query. If you type in a phrase and then delete the middle, though, it'll autocomplete at the place you deleted, leaving the end intact.


    Doesn't seem to work inside iGoogle. Work well from the classic page, though.

    Doesn't work in the Chrome address bar either.

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