If you’re running Windows 7 on a slower hard drive, you may be running into I/O (input & output) constraints. Moving the Windows Search index to a second hard drive can help.
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Google likes to keep things simple, so why not have a search page that works for both mobile and desktop users? The latest design brings in minimalism with only a few adjustments.
Windows 8 comes with Internet Explore 10 as the default web browser and a Bing tile prominently displayed on the Start screen. Google Wants to change that.
Google search has gotten a little bit less lucky, and more emotional. This week the Search team brought in new functionality to the infamous “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.
Google has a new search feature that brings email search results to the main search bar. As with nearly everything released by Google, it’s still in testing or “beta,” but you can opt in early and try it out.
Do you operate a website that uses Google’s Custom Search Engine to provide users with a site-wide search tool? It’s just been updated — Details inside.
If you want Google Chrome to give you instant search results, you can enable this groovy feature that is otherwise turned off. But, this service comes at a high cost to your privacy.
Back in January Google started automatically personalizing search results for everybody. If you’re annoyed by this “helpful feature” we have you covered. Here’s four ways to eliminate personalized Google search results.
Search engines are the frontline of privacy loss on the Internet. In fact, many track you even when you aren’t using them. But you don’t have to allow it, and one of the easiest ways to avoid being tracked is by using a search engine that doesn’t track you. Here’s my top three picks.
Firefox has a built-in feature to make site searching more efficient. If you’d prefer not to install extensions then this tutorial will help speed up your browsing and search experience.
Are you a tab browsing maniac? Firefox lets you automatically open all searches performed from either box in a new tab.
By default the Omnibar in Internet Explorer 10 is set to use Bing as the search provider. If you want to switch it to Google or another provider, it will require an add-on and a little configuration.
What would happen if you mixed Starcraft and Google? Well for starters, a zerg rush. Check out this new easter egg by typing “zerg rush” into Google search.
If you thought Google’s online Ads are at times a bit too well targeted, just wait — it looks like they’re just getting started. It turns out a few years ago, Google filed a patent for a technology that would analyze…