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which search engine???

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by michael_jii, Oct 9, 2003.

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do you use google

  1. YES!!

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  2. NEVER!!

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  3. sometimes

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  1. michael_jii

    michael_jii Thread Starter

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    which search engine do you find the best and which one do you use?? i used to use google but i have gone off it a bit after reading this

    could you guys ressommend some possibly better or different ones???

    thanks,

    michael
     
  2. petery

    petery

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    Stick with Google - it's great. The warnings on the Google toolbar site are very clear - you can enable or disable the data being sent back to google HQ. I hate spyware, and I thought the approach taken by Google was excellent.
     
  3. $teve

    $teve

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    Google is fine...........I always advice people to install it without the added features.But like all freebies....READ THE SMALL PRINT!!

    ;)
     
  4. scmazter

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    Google's great! u can find ANYTHING and i mean ANYTHING in it, including al lthe hacks (for pc games that is) and they also search forums for word matches, just great.
     
  5. michael_jii

    michael_jii Thread Starter

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    ok, mabye i was wrong...
    scmaster, ure not allowed to talk about cracks on this site.
     
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