When searching for something simple on the net - like a name, the standard search engines do a marvelous job. Only sometimes the results are overwhelming.
Searching today with Google my own name Nic Kolbe returns 591.000 results, simply by typing my full name into the search field. Google returns all records that include my first name plus it returns all records that include my surname. More than 590.000 results are not related to, what I am looking for!
Many people know - and many dont, that one can search for records that include only the complete name by simply putting the search string into this format: Nic+Kolbe which returns only 925 results. Most of the results are, what I am looking for!
iFind offers both search modes and lets you easily choose the search engine of your choice!
Search Google and all other major search engines: Alta Vista, AOL, Ask, Baidu, Bing, Dogpile, DuckDuckGo, Facebook, Flickr, Lycos, Mahalo, Yahoo, Yandex, Yippy, YouTube.
Results can be found using several different search engines at the same time. Furthermore, up to 3 search engines can be customized and added to iFind.
iFind is one of the most efficient internet search tools available.
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