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Top Ten Search Engines List

Google​
Google​

Google Search. screenshot Google is the reigning king of 'spartan searching', and is the single most used search engine in the world.

source: lifewire.com
Bing​
Bing​

List of Top 10 Most Popular Search Engines In the World (Updated 2018) 1. Google. No need for further introductions. The search engine giant holds the first place in search with a stunning difference of 66% from second in place Bing.

Yahoo!​
Yahoo!​

The search engine that helps you find exactly what you're looking for. Find the most relevant information, video, images, and answers from all across the Web.

image: linkedin.com
AOL​
AOL​

The search engine that helps you find exactly what you're looking for. Find the most relevant information, video, images, and answers from all across the Web.

image: topteny.com
Baidu​
Baidu​

List of Top 10 Most Popular Search Engines In the World (Updated 2018) 1. Google No need for further introductions. The search engine giant holds the first place in search with a stunning difference of 66% from second in place Bing.

Wolfram ​Alpha​
Wolfram ​Alpha​

Wolfram Alpha (also styled WolframAlpha, and Wolfram|Alpha) is a computational knowledge engine or answer engine developed by Wolfram Alpha LLC, a subsidiary of Wolfram Research. It is an online service that answers factual queries directly by computing the answer from externally sourced "curated data", rather than providing a list of documents or web pages that might contain the answer as a search engine might.

DuckDuckGo​
DuckDuckGo​

Other search engines track your searches even when you’re in private browsing mode. We don’t track you — period.

image: webceo.com
Internet ​Archive​
Internet ​Archive​

Search the history of over 332 billion web pages on the Internet. ... Live Music Archive. Top ... This form allows you to perform an advanced search.

source: archive.org
image: 1-musica.com
Yandex​
Yandex​

Based on comScore’s data, the next most powerful player in the search engine industry is Microsoft and its search engine, Bing. Key differences between the two engines, according to the New York Times, lie in backdrop, search tools, and the amount of information offered on the immediate search page.