While using Firefox this morning, I just realized something was missing. There is a Google Toolbar for Firefox, there is a Yahoo! Toolbar for Firefox, so how come there isn't an MSN Toolbar for Firefox? Just yesterday, Ken Moss who runs the MSN Search team posted on their blog about MSN Search Plugins for Firefox where he wrote

However, some of our customers prefer using Firefox and we respect that choice.  Some developers in our user community have created Firefox plug-ins to make it easy to do searches on MSN from the Firefox search box.  Even though it’s currently buried in Firefox under “Add Engines… Find lots of other search engines…”, it seems that our customers have been finding it since we’re listed as one of the most popular search engine plugins.

I use Firefox sometimes in the course of my job – and when I do, I love having the MSN Search engine plugged-in up in the chrome.  If you’re currently a Firefox user – I hope you’ll enjoy this little nugget. For more MSN Search fun with Firefox (or IE!), try out the PDC version of MSN Search enabled by a Trixie / Greasemonkey script.

It's cool to see the MSN Search team giving a shout out to plugins built by the developer community but I think it would be even cooler if we step up to the plate like Yahoo! and Google have done by providing an official,  full fledged toolbar for Firefox.


 

Friday, September 30, 2005 8:50:24 PM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
I would agree with you that a full fleged toolbar from the MSN Search team would be a plus. I tried to install a couple that are offered and they wouldn't install -- which of course means that I'm sticking with my Google search toolbar.

On the plus side the Wikipedia toolbar installed perfectly!

Paul
Wednesday, May 2, 2007 7:49:59 AM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
ya. looking for Msn Toolbar for Firefox.
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