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Extreamly Hard Question #6?

What is your favorite search engie. (if you can name every single one on the web you get best answer!)

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  • br549
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I use Google

    By content/topic

    General

    Alexa Internet

    Ask.com (formerly Ask Jeeves)

    Baidu (Chinese)

    Cuil

    Exalead (French)

    Google

    Live Search (formerly MSN Search)

    Sogou (Chinese)

    Sohu (Chinese)

    Wikia Search

    Yahoo! Search

    Geographical limited scope

    Accoona, China/US

    Alleba, Philippines

    Ansearch, Australia/US/UK/NZ

    Araby, Middle East

    Baidu, China

    Daum, Korea

    Guruji.com, India

    Goo, Japan

    Leit.is, Iceland

    Miner.hu, Hungary

    Najdi.si, Slovenia

    Naver, Korea

    Onkosh, Middle East

    Rambler, Russia

    Rediff, India

    SAPO, Portugal

    Search.ch, Switzerland

    Sesam, Norway, Sweden

    Walla!, Israel

    Yandex, Russia

    ZipLocal, Canada/US

    Accountancy

    IFACnet

    Business

    Business.com

    Nexis (Lexis Nexis)

    Thomasnet (United States)

    Enterprise

    See also: Enterprise search

    AskMeNow: S3 - Semantic Search Solution

    Concept Searching Limited: concept search products

    Dieselpoint: Search & Navigation

    dtSearch: dtSearch Engine(SDK), dtSearch Web

    Endeca: Information Access Platform

    Exalead: exalead one:enterprise

    Expert System S.p.A.: Cogito

    Fast Search & Transfer: Enterprise Search Platform (ESP), RetrievalWare (formerly Convera)

    Funnelback: Funnelback Search

    ISYS Search Software: ISYS:web, ISYS:sdk

    Microsoft: SharePoint Search Services

    Northern Light

    Open Text: Hummingbird Search Server, Livelink Search

    Oracle Corporation: Secure Enterprise Search 10g

    SAP: TREX

    TeraText: TeraText Suite

    Vivisimo: Vivisimo Clustering Engine

    ZyLAB Technologies: ZyIMAGE Information Access Platform

    Search Appliances

    Google: Google Search Appliance

    Job

    Main articles: Job search engine and Employment website

    See also: Category:Job search engines

    Bixee.com (India)

    CareerBuilder.com (USA)

    Craigslist (by city)

    Eluta.ca (Canada)

    Hotjobs.com (USA)

    Incruit (Korea)

    Indeed.com (USA)

    Monster.com (USA)

    Recruit.net (International)

    SimplyHired.com (USA)

    TheLadders.com (USA)

    Legal

    WestLaw

    Lexis (Lexis Nexis)

    Quicklaw

    Medical

    Bioinformatic Harvester

    Entrez (includes Pubmed)

    EB-eye EBI's Search Engine EMBL-EBI's Search engine

    GenieKnows

    GoPubMed (knowledge-based: GO - GeneOntology and MeSH - Medical Subject Headings)

    Healia

    Searchmedica

    WebMD

    PubGene

    Nextbio (Life Science Search Engine)

    News

    Google News

    Daylife

    MagPortal

    Newslookup

    Nexis (Lexis Nexis)

    Topix.net

    Yahoo! News

    People

    PeekYou

    Ex.plode.us

    InfoSpace

    Spock (website)

    Spokeo

    Wink

    Zabasearch.com

    ZoomInfo

    Real property

    Fizber.com

    Home.co.uk

    HotPads.com

    Properazzi

    Rightmove

    Zillow.com

    Video Games

    GenieKnows

    Wazap

    By information type

    Search engines dedicated to a specific kind of information

    Forum

    Omgili

    Blog

    Amatomu

    Bloglines

    BlogScope

    IceRocket

    Sphere

    Technorati

    Multimedia

    See also: Multimedia search

    blinkx

    FindSounds

    Google Video

    Picsearch

    Podscope

    SeeqPod

    Veveo

    YouTube

    Pixsta

    Munax PlayAudioVideo

    Yahoo! Video

    Source code

    Google Code Search

    JExamples

    Koders

    Krugle

    BitTorrent

    These search engines work across the BitTorrent protocol.

    Btjunkie

    Demonoid

    FlixFlux

    Isohunt

    Mininova

    The Pirate Bay

    TorrentSpy

    Email

    Nicado

    TEK

    Maps

    Géoportail

    Google Maps

    MapQuest

    Live Search Maps

    Yahoo! Maps

    Price

    Google Product Search (formerly Froogle)

    Kelkoo

    MSN Shopping

    MySimon

    PriceGrabber

    PriceRunner

    Shopping.com

    ShopWiki

    Shopzilla (also operates Bizrate)

    TheFind.com

    Question and answer

    Answers.com

    AskMeNow

    BrainBoost

    eHow

    hakia

    Lexxe

    Lycos iQ

    Powerset

    Live Search QnA

    Uclue

    Yahoo! Answers

    By model

    Open source search engines

    DataparkSearch

    Egothor

    Gonzui

    Grub

    Ht://dig

    Isearch

    Lucene

    Lemur Toolkit & Indri Search Engine

    mnoGoSearch

    Namazu

    Nutch

    OpenFTS

    Sciencenet (for scientific knowledge, based on YaCy technology)

    Sphinx

    SWISH-E

    Terrier Search Engine

    Wikia Search

    Xapian

    YaCy

    Zettair

    Social search engines

    See also: Social search, Relevance feedback, and Human search engine

    ChaCha Search

    Delver

    Eurekster

    Mahalo.com

    Rollyo

    Trexy

    Wink provides web search by analyzing user contributions such as bookmarks and feedback

    Metasearch engines

    See also: Metasearch engine

    Brainboost

    ChunkIt!

    Clusty

    Dogpile

    Excite

    Harvester42

    HotBot

    Info.com

    Ixquick

    Kayak

    Mamma

    Metacrawler

    MetaLib

    Mobissimo

    Myriad Search

    SideStep

    Turbo10

    WebCrawler

    Visual search engines

    ChunkIt!

    Grokker

    Kartoo

    Pixsta

    PubGene

    Desktop search engines

    See also: Desktop search

    See also Comparison of desktop search software

    Name Platform Remarks License

    Ask.com Windows - Freeware

    Autonomy Windows IDOL Enterprise Desktop Search. Proprietary, commercial

    Beagle Linux Open source desktop search tool for Linux based on Lucene A mix of the X11/MIT License and the Apache License

  • 1 decade ago

    Google

    Yahoo

    Dog pile

    Source(s): Th eGame Pro! ^_^
  • Josh B
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Lycos has always been my favorite but I usually only look up pictures and audio,

    hotbot, metaspider, askjeeves, and my second favorite 37.com--no "www" just 37.com because it also has links to NewJoke.com

  • 1 decade ago

    Google is the only one I use

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  • 1 decade ago

    Google, but it's 'extremely' and 'favourite'.

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