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Whenever I need information, I either go to Yahoo or to Google. Specially with the Google toolbar neatly installed and accessible, it becomes quicker to search for anything. Search results are often satisfactory and if I don't find it in Google, I go to Yahoo, or vice versa. My friend introduced me to AskJeeves (it has been renamed, I think), which I rarely use. As for MSN, I don't really use it, unless I just logged out of my hotmail account and the homepage gets back to MSN.
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Google has always provided the best results for me over any other engine. I'm a frequent Google toolbar user as well, so I don't even remember the last time I typed the URL of a search engine into my address bar.

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I use Google from the Firefox toolbar. I've been using Google since they launched and haven't looked back.

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I use Google from the Firefox toolbar. I've been using Google since they launched and haven't looked back.

Same here.

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Google has always provided the best results for me over any other engine. I'm a frequent Google toolbar user as well, so I don't even remember the last time I typed the URL of a search engine into my address bar.

Me too.

I also use places like ASK or Yahoo if i can't find what I want on google because like has already been said they bring up irrelevant crap and sometimes that is exactly what i want.

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Me too.

I also use places like ASK or Yahoo if i can't find what I want on google because like has already been said they bring up irrelevant crap and sometimes that is exactly what i want.

I use G for searching things, MSN & Yahoo just mainly for checking my ranking.

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I prefer the Yahoo denser results over the Google netfulls but can still find what I want better and faster with Google.

I like MSN most of the times. Tolerance for it vital in keyphrase competitions nowadays. I have seen some pretty weird SERPs though. Makes me kinda wonder sometimes. Next operating system upgrade should prove to be interesting for the SE.

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Google's ways of indexing and ... how they're established ...
They just beat everyone, its Google for me no doubts.

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