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Inquisitor 2.2 Goes Universal Binary

Inquisitor 2.2 Goes Universal Binary

by , 9:10 AM EST, January 30th, 2006

David Watanabe announced the immediate availability of Inquisitor 2.2 on Monday. Inquisitor is a plug-in that enhances Safari's search capabilities. The updated version is a Universal Binary, allowing it to run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, and uses Google instead of Yahoo! for its core search engine. Inquisitor 2.2 is available for download at the Inquisitor X Web site, and is priced at 5 (about US$6.04).

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