Browsers help us retrieve our desired information from internet quite easily. We use them almost daily but still, we don’t know much about them. Having knowledge about browsers is quite essential for everyone.
There are many more browsers available for free use. Exploring them would let you know much more features.
In this article, I will explore the aqua browser for you and will let you know it’s some superb features too.
Some main points discussed about aqua browser in this article are:
- Search Terms
- Word Cloud
- Refine Menu
- Automatic ‘AND’ searches
What is an Aqua browser?
It is a multilayered tool for searching work. It has a fresh interface that displays the relevant results to the users depending upon their searched keywords.
Performing a search in Aqua Browser Library is easy. You just need to type the words you desire.
You can make a search by more than one search terms too (the phrase that best describes the data you intend to get) into the search box and press the Enter key or click on the Search button.
Aqua Browser then instantly produces the results: in the center is a list of the most relevant findings; on the left is a word cluster of related findings, and on the right is a comprehensive menu of choices that allows you to point the search in specific directions.
Getting the right term as per your needs is the key to finding the data that you are looking for. Starting with the obvious is the best way to finding the information you need. Using multiple terms will specify the search. If you can’t think of the right words, the word cloud can help you.
An issue many library users have when they are using the catalog search is that they simply cannot think of the best search term. Aqua Browser Library offers suggestions in the word cloud on the left of the screen to help when you need help finding the best search term.
In this word cloud you will find:
- Associations that have something to do with the term you used
- Spelling variations of the term you used. Click on one to switch to different way of spelling a word (it can also correct misspellings)
- Translations of your search term into a variety of languages that it is found in within the library
- Thesaurus terms with both synonyms and antonyms of your search term
- Word variations (stemming) that include any variants of your terms (ex. You enter ‘throw’, and it will also suggest ‘threw’)
- Discovery trail: your initial search term and subsequently selected terms from the word cloud.
- Distance of the suggestion from the original terms has no meaning
- The larger a word, the more relevant it is deemed by the automatic relevancy algorithm.
Aqua Browser offers a nearly-endless array of categories within over 30 dimensions that allow you to refine your search results to get exactly what you want.
After you have searched your terms, use the menu to pick the exact format, author, subject, language, series, etc.
Note that next to each category shown is a number – this denotes the exact number of items available, so you are never clicking down a dead-end path.
Automatic ‘AND’ searches:
By default, Aqua Browser Library will search for only items that include all of your search terms. You don’t need to include the word ‘AND’ between terms.
You can also use ‘OR’ in terms to indicate that results can have any of the mentioned terms.
Aqua Browser Library searches are NOT case sensitive. Everything you type into the search box will be regarded the same.
Thus you have now got some knowledge about the aqua browser. You can give it a shot if it looks charming to you. Well, there are many other browsers available for free.
To know about more free browsers available click here
You can explore them too to get what you need. In this way you will get a chance to know about several browsers features too.