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?
Bing tries to decide for me and fails.
Yahoo has a mediocre scoring algorithm.
Google has the most superior searching and indexing algorithms to date, and probably always will..
Google - it's my everyday browser - it has been since the age of 7. I love the way they change Google for an event.
Bing seems to be trying too hard to draw viewers in with the homepage - trying to be glamorous, but as xkamronx says 'it decides and fails'
Yahoo, Ask, etc are just not as good as Google, in my opinion.
use to only use yahoo now i find myself using google all the time
google of course.. yahoo and bing is already obsolete.
We know that the best search engine can reply to us as many result as we wish. And I believe this three search engine occupy good algorithm to produce the searching result, of course they are supported by many good programmer to make them the best search engine.
But in my point of view, Google the top one, since it can reply you more result than the Two (Yahoo or Bing), because I saw that Google is very concerning in its motto to become the best search engine. This was saw from when it's born at the first time. This is not happening to Yahoo and Bing, since there are become less popular nowadays.
Google is the king then it comes to search engines, i cant see that changing anytime soon either!
I am using mozilla and default search engine is Google.
I always prefer to search through toolbar instead of going to Google.com and type.
Simply Ctrl + T >> Alt + D >> Tab and type your query press enter that's all
I always search with Google, I guess it's more of a habit than anything. Sometimes if I do switch it up I will use Bing, very rarely do I ever use Yahoo.
Google is my best friend.
never used the others so not sure about disadvantages.
I have seen Google show most relevant answer than other. So I use Google and rarely use Bing.
I prefer Google. It is really fast and I think it comes back with great results.
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