Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Better Search Engine?


Need to do research but faster than Google and other search engine?
Here's it! Keyboardr will save the day!

First, visit http://www.keyboardr.com. (Click on the link to visit site.)
Okay..I know that it looks a bit simple. Yet, it is one of the most powerful search engine!

So what does it do? Let me explain..

It can automatically search when you enter something in the search box. It can range from Google, Yahoo, Youtube etc. Pictures are also included.

Just type something in the search box and see it's response. The only bad point of it is that WOT is currently not showing up beside the search links..

There is also an unstable search by Keyboardr at http://www.keyboardr.com/nightly (Click on the link to visit site.)

Below is a Feature Comparison Chart.
Legends:
Red is negative.
Orange is partial/okay.
Green is positive.


Google Yahoo! AOL Keyboardr
Web Search
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Image Search
Yes Yes
Yes Yes (Embed in Web Search)
Image Search in Web Search Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Search begin when a character is inserted in the Search Bar
No
No No Yes
Multiple Source Search
No
No No Yes
Customizable
Yes No No Partial*
Quick Launch Shortcuts
No No No Yes (Only for Settings)
Supports Settings Configuration
Yes Yes Yes Partial**
Spelling Error Check
Yes Yes Yes Partial***
Text Advertisments Yes Yes Yes No
Graphical Ads Yes Yes Yes No
Recommendations for Search
Yes Yes Yes No
* Only for the unstable version of keyboardr that is customizable.
** Only for the unstable version of keyboardr that can configure what search results do the user want to receive from.
*** Only for the unstable version of keyboardr has the ability to check for spelling errors.

From the above table, we can see clearly that keyboardr is indeed a better search engine.

That's all folks for today! Please comment on tech as we need comments to improve on the tech guide. Don't hesitate to ask any questions. Thanks!
By - WinTechpedia™ 2009 Contributors

5 comments:

  1. Hello! Nice comparison. I never knew about Keyboardr. I'll try that now.

    About the graphical ads, I'm not sure if Google has any of them.

    Hopefully WOT might support Keyboardr in a future update. :)

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  2. Erm..Google has.
    supported links are at the right columm or at the top or bottom of the pages. The yellow box is provided by Ad-Sense.

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  3. Oh. Aren't they just text ads?

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  4. Erm..I mean by that Google has graphical ads like doubleclick.net (They are currently using it...)

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  5. Oh all right. Yeah they have graphical ads from doubleclick.net but not on search results. All right.

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