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Five Unique Search Engines That Can Help You More Effectively

 

There are many websites and search engines out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing Five Unique Search Engines That Can Help You More Effectively. Read each entry in the list and see which search engine suits your needs best.

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FindFiles

FindFiles.net is a rapidly developing search engine for files of all types, operating its own crawler. FindFiles database currently contains links to 732,941,672 files. FindFiles supports all existing Mime Types (apart from standard html text-pages) like jpeg, gif, png and tiff images, Microsoft doc and Excel documents and exe executables, pdf and plain text documents, dwg AutoCAD and wrl virtual reality data files, archives like zip, gzip and jar, apps for smartphones like apk for Android and sis for Symbian etc.

SearchPSD

Here you can search more than 1.500 psd files order by categories that are all free for you.

SaveItt

Saveitt is a Free books, pdfs and Documents Search Engine. Here, You can read online documents, books, pdfs and free download documents, books, pdfs.

Dooblet

Dooblet is a search-engine to find the alternatives to a broad range of subjects. You have something you are not happy with? Feed its name to Dooblet and see what the search-engine can propose you as an alternative. It doesn’t really matter whether you need the alternatives for software, cars, medical treatments, trademarks, movies, artists or even philosophy terms. Dooblet is expected to find some alternative for you.

Abbreviations

Abbreviations.com is the world’s largest and most comprehensive directory and search engine for acronyms, abbreviations and initialisms on the Internet. Abbreviations.com holds hundreds of thousands of entries organized by a large variety of categories from computing and the Web to governmental, medicine and business and it is expanding daily.

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Five Unique Search Engines That Can Help You More Effectively
AN Jay
Fri, 23 Sep 2011 16:45:00 GMT

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