Getting Started

Mac OS X


Mac OS X

Release Notes

Mac OS X



Getting Started

Download and install Search Monkey Pro for Windows. The installation will install a folder entitled "Search Monkey Pro" within your Program Files folder (unless you have directed otherwise).

You do NOT have to restart your machine after installation of Search Monkey Pro.

Launch Search Monkey Pro. Now proceed to use any application. When you wish to perform a search, just double click your Control key on your keyboard. Search Monkey Pro will come to the foreground. Enter your search query into the edit box and click the Enter key on your keyboard to perform the search. Results will be displayed in a new browser window.

The expanded Search Monkey Pro window will show you four other search buttons and registration fields. Search Monkey Pro supports up to ten (10) fully configurable buttons when registered.

You can change the name and functions of the buttons by editing the text file "search_urls.txt". Pay close attention to the format of each button listing in this file.

The MAIN search listing in this file are the normal and exact search queries used when you click the Return key on your keyboard or click the Search Monkey button.

The format of each button listing is:


The URL should have the phrase "SEARCH_STR" included as a placeholder for the actual query string.

You can comment out any line in this file by placing a # sign in front of any line.

NOTE: Search Monkey Pro only displays a maximum of four (4) configurable buttons in trial mode. In addition, in trial mode the MAIN search engine used is always 1Banana.com.

You can register Search Monkey Pro online using the Register link above or directly through the "Register" window in the application. By registering online, you will immediately receive your registration key.

How to Remove Search Monkey Pro

To remove Search Monkey Pro simply run the uninstaller. You can then drag any remaining items to the trash (such as saved preference files and the Search Monkey Pro folder itself).