Friday, October 30, 2009

Google's Search Features

Always you have another choice after you enter your search query or the word, instead of clicking the Google Search button you can click the I’m Feeling Lucky button, by doing this you are directed to the Web page that ranked at the top of your search results, so it avoids extra clicking.

While searching there is no need to have good spelling since Google has built-in automatic spelling correction. If you unknowingly misspell a word to search, Google recognizes what you intended to type and offers the correct spelling for you. So all you have to do is just search as fast as you can. Google will correct all your spelling mistakes.

While searching don’t use the Shift key because the Google search engine isn’t case
sensitive. So it doesn’t matter how you capitalize the words in your search string or the query for example "blue pen" or "Blue Pen" both fetches you the same results.

If you are unaware of different forms of a word that you want to search
you can use the tilde (~) operator to search for synonyms of a specific word.
All you need to do is enter the tilde before the keyword, like this: ~keyword.
For example, to search for words that are like the word “older,” enter the
query as ~older. This will find pages that include not just the word “elderly,” but
also the words “elderly,” “older,” and so on.