I'm not sure what your question is... search engines use algorithms to give the searcher information that is as close as possible to answering their question.
Google has the best algorithms, supposedly, so more people use it to search because they believe they're more likely to get the answer they want.
Bing has come a long way from where they were 1 or 2 years ago, but I still prefer Google. But still, the quality of Bing results is almost on par with Google.
I'm not sure if I could even list two other independent search engines. Most of them rely on the top three (Google, Bing, Yahoo) behind the curtain that it's tough to remember any other.
The Top 5 list of my search engines are-
by Jack Lee23 hours ago
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by nakmeister6 years ago
What search engines other than google do you get traffic from?
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