I have to say, Google. I tried Bing for a few days and found it to be way too annoying.
I have noticed that google is now also focusing on user interface and copy bing's concepts.
At first I mostly use Google but dont like the Google Instant...
The second or sometime I use Yahoo
All of them are about the same to me I haven't found any that are that exceptional.
google and yahoo are the best. however, doesn't help my blog at all.
Google is my favourite, because of the clean, simple interface. I have the home page on Firefox set to Google.com, so I just have to click the Home button to start a new search.
I use Bing occasionally, if the Google results aren't finding what I need.
Google is what I use for simple searches.
But, if I am researching I use AltaVista mostly.
Then if I still dont find what I am looking for I will sift through Dogpile results.
I'd have to say Google. It's just too simple and I can even do it from my G1 phone. Simplicity is a good thing.
Undoubtedly, Google. Fast and simple. What more can you ask for?
For relative privacy, www.startpage.com -- they do not track you like Google, BIng, etc. Of course, big internet threats to privacy are your cable companies and ISPs.
I prefer google, because it's the standard by which others are measured. I've flirted with others. . . . .but never really been satisfied with them. Go Google!
I prefer to use google and yahoo everyday when I am performing every task in work. It gives me more related results and information.
All of them r very good. Right now I use startpage.com. It never records the IP address. It's totally priv8 browsing.
Google is best compared to all the search engines,as you you will always get the best results for your search.
I like to use Google the most. Its the king of Search Engine and it always gives the perfect result.
As Google is the leading search engine site I must preferred Google as the best search engine among all others.
Yes, igoogle might be good but it's closing on 2013. I am using www.yourls.com. For me it's the best as it is very simple and useful.
I prefer using google search as it is user friendly and more reliable.
by Marlene Bertrand 7 years ago
Bing or Google? Which search engine do you prefer?I see the commercial on television about how people are choosing Bing over Google as a search engine. I did the "Bing it on" test and my results came out as a draw. What is your experience? Do you prefer Bing or Google?
by luisj305 7 years ago
When searching do you prefer google,yahoo or bing? why?I've always used google but sometimes try an alternative search engine for different results.Are there specific advantages and disadvantages to the 3?
by Felix J Hernandez 7 years ago
What is your best search engine and why?Why is it you like it so much?
by StarB12 10 years ago
When looking something up or just searching for a special thing, do you prefer Yahoo, Google, Ask Jeeves, Alta Vista, The New engine called Bing or is there another that you use?
by Beth100 6 years ago
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