The last few months of WikiLeaks controversy has surely peaked your interest, but when viewing the WikiLeaks site, finding what you want is quite a hard task.
Google Instant is one of Google's many search innovations, this one causing search results to emerge continuously below the search bar as you type. This can allow you to find more search results faster, and this video wills show you how it works, including how to turn it off if you decide you want Google to wait until you're finished typing before searching.
Searching your phone just got easier with Google's Android operating system for your cell phone. With the Android Quick Search box feature, you can easily search your phone or the web, right from the home screen. It even provides you with search suggestions while you type. Watch this video tip to see how to easily search both your phone and the web with Quick Search box.
Google Instant has made searching on the main page of Google faster than ever before. Did you know that there are several keyboard shortcuts that you can use to make it work even faster? This video will show you how to use shortcuts to go to results more quickly and add more time to your day.
Google is always moving one step closer to pretty much controlling everything in the world, in a good way ofcourse! The latest feature added is Google Instant Search, so for anything that you're searching all you have to do is start typing in the search term and Google will immediately begin giving you results on the fly. In this video you will get a quick hands on demo on how to use the new feature.
Wish there were a way to search Twitter using Google Search? Well, there is! With Google's Update Search tool, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at TekZilla can present a complete overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, and to get started searching tweets with Google, take a look.
This clip presents instructions on how to search notebooks within MS OneNote 2010. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular notetaking application or a seasoned MS Office pressional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the OneNote 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, and to get started searching your own notebooks, watch this free video guide.
In this Googler's guide from the folks at Mahalo, we learn how to use plus and minus signs to force Google to include or not include a word when searching for information about a person online. For all of the relevant details, and to get started using this handy Google hack yourself, watch this video tutorial.
If you have a billion or gazillion files on your PC, then searching for one of them may take a while, especially if you're using the start menu search feature in Windows Vista. This video will show you how to speed up your searches in Vista's start menu by customizing the search criteria. This applies to all Windows Vista Editions.
In this brief video guide from the folks at Lynda, we learn how to effectively search eBay, the popular online auction website. For all of the relevant details, including easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions, watch this video guide.
Magic Trick: The Searching Sword Have you ever heard of the Masked Magician? With the television series Magic's Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed, the so-called Masked Magician (Val Valentino) revealed secret after secret of the magicians repertoire. Valentino creates “the magic” then proceeds to reveal the reality of the illusions before a captivated television audience.
I don't know anyone who doesn't use Google to explore the web. And I don't know anyone who hates Google's Instant Search feature, which is available in all web browsers, as long as you're searching from Google's website.
One of the cool things in Windows 7 is the new start menu. It is now possible to add an internet search area to your Start Menu. Instead of searching your computer, you can select a separate option called Search the Internet.
Google is a great research tool, but sometimes the results can be overwhelming. In this tutorial from the experts at Revision 3 learn how to highlight text in your search results and be more efficient while you surf.
To do this, you must be using Safari; make sure you are not using Firefox or another program. This can be very useful for quickly finding information on web pages. Press Command F. This will open up a toolbar on the top of the page which will ask you what you are searching for. Type the word you are searching for into the toolbar. The word will be highlighted on the web page; you can then click the next arrows to find the section of the page you are looking for. This can be used to find speci...
Like its Google-branded Android counterparts, the HTC 7 Trophy Windows Phone 7 smartphone supports voice searching and speech recognition. Interested in using voice searching on your own HTC WP7 smartphone? This HTC 7 Trophy owner's guide will walk you through the entire process.
This video shows how to make a Google Custom Search Engine. A Custom Search Engine safely searches only the sites you want, and gives you relevant results. To set it up go to the Google home page and sign in. If you don‚Äôt have a Google account, you can easily set one up by following the directions. Sign in, then enter in your browser ‚Äúwww.google.com.coop/cse‚Äù.
Searching Twitter is a great way to find the latest information on world events, pop culture, sports, and more. If you know how to look, you can even find the most recent job listings in many fields. This video will show you how use advanced search on Twitter and find the job you are looking for.
Google searching shortcuts to help you get the most out of your searches.
Google is a powerful search engine, but if you don't know all of the tricks to searching, you're not getting the best results possible. This video demonstrates all of the quick tricks to maximize your Google Search experience.
Searching YouTube is tough, because there's a plethora of content, so sometimes i's best to do an advanced search. This is not to be confused with the "search options" available during a YouTube search query, because those are limited to key features of YouTube, but not specific search terms. Much like Google, you can search YouTube via search operators. Many of the same search operators that work on Google work on YouTube also. Filter your results the way you want, not the way they want. You...
Looking for a guide on how to use Internet search engines like Google and Yahoo! on a Microsoft Windows desktop or laptop computer? This clip provides a very good starting point. For complete details, and to get started searching the Internet on your own Windows PC, watch this home-computing how-to.
When we think of search it's usually in regards to the internet. But when you are using a smartphone, searching your device itself can be just as important and useful.
Google Now is great for looking up movie times or finding your parking spot, but if you need to track down a file you downloaded, you're relegated to using a file explorer and, depending on your organizational skills, this can either be extremely easy or a huge pain in the ass. Unfortunately I land in the latter category, which is why I started using Fast Search by developer Mohamad Amin.
Spotlight is awesome for finding items in the stock Apple apps, but what if you want to search through the rest of the apps on your iPhone?
As an avid reader, I come across a plethora of words I don't know, but my iPhone is always right there to help figure out their meanings.
This video will show you how to search Twitter by parameters without sign up or log in. Here a person can use search parameters to find the desire twits. So there is no headache for signing up or logged in for searching. So please Watch the video and follow all the steps to do it yourself.
Google recently changed the way we search online, and from what I can tell, I'm not the only person online just a little bit irritated with the new design.
The newer Graph Search in Facebook can help you find friends in specific cities, photos of a particular subject, restaurants that your friends liked, and a whole lot more. One thing it can't help you with just yet is searching public posts on Facebook, which you could do in the previous search version. Actually, some users do have the option to search public posts with Graph Search, but it's very limited and doesn't include me. If you're like me and don't have access yet, there is a workaroun...
If you've just finally updated to iOS 10, you'll notice that lots of things have changed, and while the vast majority of new features are useful and fun, some can be a bit annoying. One bothersome bit of functionality is how Spotlight Search keeps a running history of everything you've searched for recently, which can lead to some embarrassing situations, depending on what you've been searching for.
Spotlight makes finding apps, contacts, emails, songs, and old messages extremely easy on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. You can even search for Wikipedia articles online, as well as perform general web searches.
Google has updated its Search application for iOS with their new Material Design aesthetic, taking cues from Android's redesigned look with refreshed colors, depth effects, and new animations. But the update doesn't stop there; there are several new and useful features added to the mix. Download Google Search for iOS for free from the iOS App Store to check out all the new goodness for yourself.
Google Now is a quick and intuitive way to tailor your device to work for you and, unlike other personal assistants, provide you with up-to-date information based on search habits, emails, and the general all-knowingness of Google.
Google hasn't let the throne make them complacent. The king of search has brought one of its newest and most popular mobile features to the desktop. Folks with the latest 4.4 KitKat software available on the Nexus 5 (or those who've installed the awesome APKs we covered for the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S3) have had the "Ok, Google" search feature for a while now.
If you have an iOS device, chances are you've spent a decent amount of time in the App Store—without at least a few apps, smartphones are pretty boring. There's an app to do just about anything you could ask for, but the problem is finding them. Searching the App Store sucks.
Last month, Google changed the placement of search options from the left side of the page to the top, right above the first result. In theory, this shouldn't be such a bad thing—it's just looks, right? Well, not quite. Turns out, it actually got rid of a few of the options as well, and a lot of people were not too happy about it. The problem is that the change gives you less functionality, and makes the options that are still there harder to get to. One of the most frustrating changes was how...
If you want to know the most up-to-date news on a trending topic, Twitter can be a great place to look since people generally tweet about things as they happen. It used to be easy to find Twitter results in Google Search, but after their deal expired last year, tweets are no longer included in search results.
Google just added a new feature for mobile search called Handwrite. Just like the name suggests, you can hand write your queries on the screen of your smartphone and it will convert it to text.
Considering that Google makes Android, it's rather strange that the operating system doesn't have a baked-in solution for doing a reverse image search. Sure, you can long-press pictures in Chrome to search for other instances of a photo, but it's not possible with pictures you find in other apps, or photos you've downloaded to your phone.