Top Most Popular Search Engines :

Google – No essential for further introductions about top search engines. The top in Search Engines giant Google the first place in search with a stunning difference of 50% from second in place Bing. According to the latest report (October 2014) 70.5% of searches were powered by Google and 24% by Bing. Google is also dominating the mobile/tablet or others Search Engines market share with 90%!

 

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  • Bing – Bing is Microsoft’s attempt to challenge Google in the location of search but despite their efforts they still did not manage to convince users that their Search Engines can produce best results than Google. It is another top between top search engines.

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  • Yahoo – From October 2011 Yahoo search is powered by Bing. Yahoo is still the most popular top search engines email provider and according to reports holds the third place in search.

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  • Ask – Formerly known as Ask Jeeves, Ask.com receives approximately 3.5% of the search share.

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AOL.com – According to netmarketshare the old time famous AOL is still in the top 10 Search Engines with a market share that is close to 0.7%. 

 

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  •  Wolframalpha – Wolframalpha is different that all the others Search Engines. They market it as a Computational Knowledge Engine which is can give you facts and data for a number of topics.

 

 

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  • DuckDuckGo – Has a number of advantages over the others Search Engines. It has a clean interface, it does not track users, it is not fully loaded with ads and has a number of very nice features (only one page of results, you can search simply other web sites etc).

 

 

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  • WayBackMachine – archive.org is the internet archive Search Engines. WayBack is most popular in this moment.

 

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  • ChaCha.com – According to alexa chacha.com is the 8th most popular Search Engines with a ranking position of 290 in the US. It is similar to ask.com where users can ask or answer a particular questions.