The Best of SEARCH ENGINES on the Internet

Search Engine Watch

A comprehensive resource for search engine registration and submission tips, web searching tips, lists of search engines, comparisons, tests and statistics.


Google has knocked off AltaVista to become my favorite search site. It gets high marks for relevancy and features a very clean interface. The Google toolbar is also very handy!


Ixquick searches many prominent engines simultaneously, translating your search into each search engine's syntax. You can perform natural language or complex boolean searches with Ixquick. Ixquick supports phrases, wildcards, omitted terms, must-have terms, parentheses, and other modifiers.

Search Engine Colossus

A full list of most of the search engines in the world, it includes 195 countries and 95 territories. It lists the language options of the search engines and a brief explination of the subject of the searches


FILExt is a detailed database of file extensions and programs that use them. When you click on a file type that Windows XP does not know how to open, a dialog appears asking if you want to search the Internet for a program. If you click that link you are t aken to a Microsoft Web page that suggests you come to FILExt to do the search. " . $szTopicsDisplay . " in the News"; ?>


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