Anyone can use Google search to a satisfactory degree, but if you really want to get fast and accurate results, you’ll want to learn these simple but amazing tips.
Tired of searching a bunch of times to find what you want? Here’s how search engines actually work and what to do to make your searches faster and more accurate.
Trophy hunters will want to take advantage of the PS4’s ability to quickly Google any trophy for help. Here’s how!
You probably know that Google keeps a record of your searches, but did you know that it’s possible to listen to every “Okay, Google” voice search you’ve made?
How credible is Wikipedia? Is Wikipedia reliable? Can you trust the information that you find in a particular article there? Here are some tips on how to find out.
Have you ever had to wade through Google results, not knowing if a link you already clicked was helpful or not? Here’s a way to find out exactly when you visited a page.
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Turn yourself into a true Google power user with these 11 advanced searches and pro tips. This will make sure you never have to recall these searches and yet will always have them at your fingertips.
What if you want to search for an image similar to one you see? Or, what if you want to quickly locate an image based on a word or phrase on a page?
If you live outside the US, when you visit google.com, you’re likely to be redirected to a localized version of Google. Here’s how you can avoid that redirection.
Stock image sites cluttering up your Google Image search results? Here are two easy methods to filter them out once and for all.
Concerned about privacy but can’t pull yourself away from Google’s results? Here’s how to get Google results without being tracked.
Is your Google Drive a mess? Find everything easier with our help. Google’s search operators can find almost anything, including text in images (OCR) or photos based on content, e.g. your dog.
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There are many search engines out there, but which one is the best for you?
Here are a few Easter eggs in Google’s search engine that you might not have known about.
Protecting your online reputation matters more than you think. A single bad mention can ruin a job, a relationship, or your social standing. Here’s why you need to guard it with online tools.
The Google Books Library Project makes it possible to find books by searching through their text and contents!
Sometimes we need to know the publication date of an article — even just a rough date. When you can’t find the publication date of an article, try these tips and tricks.
Most of us don’t remember life before Google search. Try DuckDuckGo. Learn its tricks. There could be nothing you miss about Google.
If you need real-time airline flight data, Google should be the first place you look.
Searching YouTube can be frustrating, because YouTube doesn’t see the videos the way that a person does. Recently, Google files a patent that could change that.
The Chrome App Launcher is a powerful tool that can do so much more than simply open programs. It can make a range of web-based tasks faster, easier, and more streamlined. Here’s how.
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