Google doesn’t contain everything. If there are things that you can’t find with Google, try out these methods to search the Deep Web and find what you want.
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With so many images online, it can be difficult to find a similar image to the one you want. This is where a reverse image search engine becomes useful.
Whether you’re a new or experienced DuckDuckGo user, you may want to boost your productivity. Here are some DuckDuckGo search tips you should know.
Not everyone is a fan of the Bing search engine. If you want to change the default search engine in Microsoft Edge to Google, here’s how it’s done.
The Ask toolbar and Ask.com search bar are notorious for hijacking your browser by redirecting all the traffic to its search engine. Here’s how to stop that.
Google is no longer the only horse in town with several other search engine options available. Is Google still the best search engine out there?
Good Google alternatives are really hard to find. One that respects your privacy as a user is DuckDuckGo. Here is why you should use Duckduckgo.
Facebook released the Graph Search in March 2013, but only make available to U.S. English users. You can enable Facebook Graph Search by changing the language.
While Bing is far behind Google, it has never stop to add new features. One of the latest things it has done is to integrate Bing into Office 2013. Let’s see how it performs.
Searching your files can be an easy, or difficult task, depending on how you organize your files and documents. Recoll is a text search tool for Unix and Linux and can find keywords inside documents as well as file names. This make it a perfect tool for you to search and retrieve your files and documents quickly, whenever you need it.
With tons of online learning courses, it can be difficult finding the best one around. Here are 3 search engines that you can use to search for the courses you are most interested in and is the most value for money.
Bing is the default search provider in Internet Explorer 10 and it’s very difficult to configure another search provider. In fact, it almost looks impossible. We’ll explain how you can change the search provider in Internet Explorer 10, effectively ending the frantic search for that darned setting.
While there are tons of images in the Web, finding the perfect one may be a difficult task. Here are some of the best web apps that allows you to search for all kind of images available online.
If you are running a website, or a blog, most probably you have a search box to allow your reader to search for content in your site. WordPress comes with its own search feature and search form. It works well, except that it is pretty basic and can’t handle complicated search functions. A great alternative […]
With iOS, there are choices when using a search engine. You can either use it from within Safari or another browser, just like you would in Mac OS, or you can use a separate search engine app. Which option you choose depends much on personal preference. There are even several choices for different search engine […]
The vast majority of people online, nerds and non-nerds alike, use Google for all of their search needs. Statistics place their market share between 80-90% depending on your geographical area. In Australia, where I’m from, their market domination is closer to 95%. That raises the question – is Google really the best offering out there? […]
Search engines come. Search engines go. Remember Cuil? And when was the last time you used Lycos? While Google, Bing, and Yahoo! are arguably the leaders in search, there are literally dozens of search engines out there. Many of those engines track your search history and, based on that history, put you in what’s been […]
Everything these days is geared toward social. Whether it is an application for the web or mobile, there will always be a way to share information with others. Because of the digital trend toward the social aspect of the web, it is natural there would be applications to help you search and track information on […]