suggest engines

antulia's Avatar
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Hi i would like to know some search engines so that i can use for my work in office.The one i know is Googke.Give me some other new and useful ones.
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neo_vi's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2008
Invasive contributor
altavista, yahoo, cuil, rediff,.............. etc
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yohan's Avatar, Join Date: Jun 2009
Ambitious contributor
Other search engine lists:

Code:
Alta Vista - www[dot]altavista[dot]com
Excite - www[dot]excite[dot]com
Alltheweb - www[dot]alltheweb[dot]com
Terra - www[dot]terra[dot]com
LookSmart - www[dot]looksmart[dot]com
AOL Search - search[dot]aol[dot]com
Netscape - search[dot]netscape[dot]com
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cuinee's Avatar, Join Date: Dec 2009
Go4Expert Member
You'll find lists of search engines here:

Code:
http://thesearchenginelist.com/
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rebecca16's Avatar
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i think for office use, you can use Bing, it is an equally powerful engine!
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AlfredWilliams's Avatar, Join Date: Jan 2010
Newbie Member
Hi,
Some other search engines are cuille,ask.com,Excite,Inktomi.com,Alexa,Looksmart, Lycus
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josephcounseling's Avatar, Join Date: Jan 2010
Go4Expert Member
simply go to google and than search for other search engines over there
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franky123's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2010
Go4Expert Member
Visit this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_search_engines here you will find lots of search engines according category.

Thanks
Franky
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tulsi.p17@gmail.com's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2011
Go4Expert Member
Duck Duck Go
Exalead
Factbites
FyberSearch
GigaBlast
Google
MoJeek
Quintura
Yahoo!
Yahoo!/Alta Vista
Yahoo!/All The Web
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HolyStranger's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2011
Newbie Member
I would recommend using both Google and Bing - their results may differ depending on the type of your query (commerce, information, etc.)

BTW there is a website that provides results from both Google and Bing, within one window:
bingle.nu