Discussion in 'The Computer Room - Computer Talk' started by BlueDragon1981, Jul 6, 2004.
I use Google.
What do you all use
Yahoo. Google sometimes seems more broad, but also extremely variable.
Which-ever one that gets me the answers that I need without a lot of pop-ups, hype, go here first then go there before getting to what you need and ooohh lookie here!
Whichever one works best. I've used several if I can't find the specific thing that I'm looking for.
Mostly Google, but once in awhile I'll try Yahoo.
I usually use Yahoo, and occaisionaly I use Google.
Google. Best search algorithms, widest database.
How do you mean, "extremely variable", Feisty?
I like Dogpile because it's search results are compiled from the best results from all the other search engines: Google, Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, About, Looksmart, Teoma, OverTure, Findwhat....
I find it to yield the most complete results.
I use google and sometimes askjeeves if I can't figure out the right terms to look for and feel like a normal question would be easier.
i use google and sometimes yahoo
Google, if I can't find on google it probably doesn't exist!
Google. But thanks, SL TigerLady, I'll try Dogpile too... TW
google, it hasn't failed me yet and I like being able to change languages every once in a while just to mess with my kids. Klingon is fun, so is Elmer Fudd.
I thought you were joking about being able to change the languages to klingon and elmer fudd..LOL then I found out you really can to that..
Google and Yahoo... but they both use the same Mozilla database.
The new search engine Dipsie is being tested. They are going to try and beat google...they have a lot of work to do.
Google mainly, but sometimes askjeeves.com
Well there are a couple that you all might look at.....
these sites contain all the top engines......
Go Google then msn cuz its in my browser
usually yahoo! since it's my home page...and my yahoo mail account...
all search engines like google and yahoo are iffy...especially if you're looking for a certain product...because, certain companies, give "contributions" to make sure their sites are at the top of the results123
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