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What Are The Alternatives To Google
Google is the most popular search engine that is used for Internet searches. In many countries, Google has an advantage over 80%. But who are its major rivals? What other alternatives are available to search the Internet for information? We'll discuss the strengths, and weaknesses, of two other search engines. Find out more for an example.

Microsoft's Bing Search Engine
Microsoft's Bing Search Engine is perhaps the most well-known alternative to Google. Visually, they appear alike. They provide information about each search engine result (a description and a title, as well a link to the search result). The panel can be found on the right side of the navigation pane for some results, which contains information of particular interest. Bing also offers vertical search engines to aid you in finding certain kinds of content, such as videos, images as well as news and other. These may appear both in the main search engine results and on distinct pages. Google has been accused of showing YouTube videos in prominent positions within video search results, however, this has not been an issue for Bing. Bing is like Google in that it also analyzes the user's behaviour. It also keeps track of information regarding the queries users utilized and the results they clicked on. This lets Bing direct advertisements to the results of its search. Bing can also serve personalised ads inside the Windows operating system.

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Duckduckgo Search Engine
The search engine from DuckDuckGo is a substitute for Google. When you initiate the search, DuckDuckGo will complete the search for you. DuckDuckGo retrieves Bing results and displays them to you directly in your browser. If you type in a search on this engine, you don't have directly with Bing. Bing does not be able to access any of your personal details such as IP address or geographic place of residence. DuckDuckDuckGo also places ads between its search results. But, as the US search engine doesn't collect any personal information from its users and cannot provide personalised advertisements. If you search for the word "holidays", it will only show advertisements related to the phrase or keyword that you were searching for. Because it's already made a decision not to use the information, it won't contain any other information. In our opinion, Bing as well as Google are very similar. It all comes down to individual preferences about which one you prefer. DuckDuckGo is our preferred choice because it lets us remain completely anonymous.

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