History of Search Engines
Nowadays the internet is one of the parts of our day to day life. Even 3 years old to 70+ years old peoples also addicted to the internet. In this internet world, Search Engines is one of the important parts and it plays a very crucial role. so what is the Search Engine.? What is the history of Search Engines…?
What is a Search Engines…?
A Search Engines is a program. That collects documents, files for keywords from different websites. In simple words, search Engines is like a Library.
A program that searches files/ Documents for specific keywords and it gives a list of documents or files where the keywords found.
The goal of many websites is to appear in the first Search Engine Page with most popular keywords based on their business.
Some of the Top Search Engines: Google, Bing, Ask, Baidu, AOL etc.,
What is the History of a Search Engines…?
The World first Search Engines implemented with the name of ‘Archie’ in 1990. The founder of Archie was Alan Emtage, He was a student of McGill University. It is a basic Search Engine.
Top search engines
Everybody thinks the search engine is Google, Yahoo/Bing only. Is it right…? Yes. But many other search engines also available and still they serve millions of search queries per day. It is the shocking information for most of the people but it is real fact/true.
Google is not only search engine available on the internet. There are a number of search engines are available for internet users.
We will know about Google search engine, It is the No.1 Search Engine in the world.
The founder of Google search engine was Larry Page & Sergey Brin in 1998. 85% of internet users prefer Google search Engine.
Bing is one of the best search engines, It is the 3rd largest search engine on the web in terms of Query volume.
3% of internet users are preferring Bing search Engine.
on July 29, 2009, Microsoft and Yahoo announced, In which Bing would power Yahoo search.
6.15% of internet users are using Yahoo search engine. So Totally 9.15+% of users using Bing Search engine.
Normally Ask.com search engine receives approximately 3% of query search. Ask.com is a Question/Answer formate type of queries.
Some of the best Search engines: