In our daily life, we are always in a hurry and trying to complete our work as soon as possible. This will give basic idea to the community who like surfing a lot.
Caret browsing is a kind of keyboard navigation which user uses to navigate within web page or text document. It allows you to use keyboard to select text and move around within a web page rather than using the mouse.
If you use Ctrl+ arrow key it jumps to the next word on the page. Control+ Shift+ arrow selects word in text and then you can copy, paste it.
This kind of navigation is supported by the browsers like Mozilla Firefox and IE (all versions).
You have to just press F7 to turn on Caret Browsing and one pop-up window prompts:
F7 toggles Caret Browsing when pressed while you are working on browser window. This is the same way as we have done in Firefox.
Go to List “Page” --> Caret Browsing
Go to View Menu --> Caret Browsing
To Enable/Disable Caret browsing, a checkbox should be selected in
Tools --> Internet Options --> Advanced Tab
In all Methods, You will get the same pop-up window as you got in Method 1.
To Disable Caret Browsing in Mozilla Firefox:
Type about: config in address bar and press enter.
Type caret in the filter box.
In the filtered list change the value of accessibility. Browsewithcaret_shortcut.enabled from true to false.
Now you will not get Caret Browsing pop up even if you press F7.
There is no caret browsing available in Google Chrome and Opera.