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What Are Some Alternatives To Google
Google is the primary search engine that is used for Internet search results. Its market share in a number of countries is higher than 80%. But who are its primary competitions in the present? What alternatives do you have when searching for information via the Internet? We will discuss the advantages and the weaknesses of these search engines. Read this for an example.

Microsoft's Bing Search Engine
Microsoft's Bing is perhaps the most widely-used alternative to Google. In terms of appearance, they are similar. Both search engines give information about every result (a title, a description, and an actual link to the result). Some search engines also have information in a panel, with details and facts on the right side of the navigation pane. Bing also provides vertical search engines, which allow users to search for specific kinds of content like images, news, and videos. These pages can be found in the main results for searches as well as on different websites. Google has been criticised for showing YouTube videos prominently in videos, however this is not an issue for Bing. Bing is, just like Google does, too, analyzes users' behavior by continuously storing information about search queries and the results they click. This lets Bing directly to display personalized ads within its search results. Bing can also serve personalized ads within its Windows operating system.

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Duckduckgo Search Engine
The DuckDuckGo search engine is an alternative alternative to Google. It performs your search for you in a way that is automatic when you submit an inquiry. DuckDuckGo will then retrieve the results from Bing, and present results to you in your browser. Bing will never be in direct contact with you when you use using this engine. Bing is not able to access personal information such as your IP address or location. DuckDuckDuckGo also inserts ads between its search results. The US search engine doesn't collect any data from users, therefore it isn't able to provide personalized advertising. If you type in "holidays", it will only show advertisements related to the keyword or phrase you searched for. Because it doesn't know anything about you, it will not be able to utilize it. We think Bing and Google are identical. The decision of whether you prefer one over the other comes down to personal preferences. We prefer DuckDuckGo since it's easier to remain genuinely anonymous.

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