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    How To Optimize Web Search Using Google Web Search Features

    How To Optimize Web Search Using Google Web Search Features
    In addition to providing easy access to billions of web pages, Google has many special features to help you to find exactly what you're looking for. Click the title of a specific feature to learn more about it.

    Book Search: Use Google to search the full text of books.

    Cached Links: View a snapshot of each page as it looked when we indexed it.

    Calculator: Use Google to evaluate mathematical expressions.

    Currency Conversion: Easily perform any currency conversion.

    Definitions: Use Google to get glossary definitions gathered from various online sources.

    File Types: Search for non-HTML file formats including PDF documents and others.

    Groups: See relevant postings from Google Groups in your regular web search results.

    I'm Feeling Lucky: Bypass our results and go to the first web page returned for your query.

    Images: See relevant images in your regular web search results.

    Local Search: Search for local businesses and services in the U.S., the U.K., and Canada.

    Movies: Use Google to find reviews and showtimes for movies playing near you.

    Music Search: Use Google to get quick access to a wide range of music information.

    News Headlines: Enhances your search results with the latest related news stories.

    PhoneBook: Look up U.S. street address and phone number information.

    Product Search: To find a product for sale online, use Google Product Search.

    Q&A: Use Google to get quick answers to straightforward questions.

    Refine Your Search - New!: Add instant info and topic-specific links to your search in order to focus and improve your results.

    Results Prefetching: Makes searching in Firefox faster.

    Search By Number: Use Google to access package tracking information, US patents, and a variety of online databases.

    Similar Pages: Display pages that are related to a particular result.

    Site Search: Restrict your search to a specific site.

    Spell Checker: Offers alternative spelling for queries.

    Stock and Fund Quotes: Use Google to get up-to-date stock and mutual fund quotes and information.

    Street Maps: Use Google to find U.S. street maps.

    Travel Information: Check the status of an airline flight in the U.S. or view airport delays and weather conditions.

    Weather: Check the current weather conditions and forecast for any location in the U.S.

    Web Page Translation: Provides you access to web pages in other languages.

    Who Links To You?: Find pages that point to a specific URL.

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    thanx for info... some r new to me!!!

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