Little-Known Tips, Tricks and Facts About Google

Did you know that Google can show you the difference in nutritional value between two types of food? Did you also that Google has a built-in tip calculator? There are so many tricks to becoming a Google Search guru — some are simple enough that anyone can remember.

What’s the most useful Google Search trick you know?

101 google   Little Known Tips, Tricks and Facts About Google

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Chinmay S

Everyone knows about Google Image Search. That is not a hidden feature.

JR

This is not just image search, this is search for a specific image. If I have an image and want to know where it came from, this will find it everyplace it is used.

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Thomas

Considering that domain names were introduced in 1983, I doubt that Google was registered in 1977. I’m guessing that was a typo and should have been 1997 ;-)

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Garry W

I started to type “google gravity” into the search box and it popped to the results. I had no chance to click “I’m Feeling Lucky”. What happened?

Rodrigo S

“I’m feeling lucky” just takes you to the first search result, so you can click on that to see the effect. Sort of breaks the intended effect, but oh, well…

Josh

If you mouse over to the right side of the search suggestion, you’ll see the I’m Feeling lucky button

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Googler

What about Google Encrypted Search (encrypted.google.com), this will
encrypt all Google Searches, just use this in Omnibox Manage Search
Settings (https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=%s) in Google Chrome
Browser, all GOOGLE SEACH QUERIES WILL BE ENCRYPTED !!!!!

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joran

I stopped using Google for 3 years now and I don’t miss it.

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Brian Tkatch

Little known fact. The original Google product was called Google Future. They registered the company in 1977 and tested the product. Instead of typing in an actual time, he chose “I’m feeling lucky.” and was never seen again. Best guesses place him in 1955.

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Jill Ball (GeniAus)

Useful resource to share – Thanks

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Madeline

Love everything Google.

Chuck U Farley

I like google too BUT look into their data mining and collections
You wouldn’t believe what they know about you and what they collect.
No one ever reads the TOS screens, me included, it is not written to be read BUT they should be skimmed over. You’d be amazed on how much google owns you

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Bdoc

So how do you get rid of the ads in google search results?

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JR

This is not just image search, this is search for a specific image. If I have an image and want to know where it came from, this will find it everyplace it is used.

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Madeline

Hi Chuck,

Thanks for the response. Your suggestion will be well taken into account.

Madeline

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