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From the Google support page
Basic search help
Learn a few tips and tricks to help you easily find information on Google.
Search tools and filters
How to filter and customise your search results to find exactly what you want. For example, you can filter your results to only images/maps/news etc, find sites updated within the last 24 hours, or photos of a certain colour.
These are words or symbols that you can add to your search terms to make your search amazing!
Are you being followed?
Yes, you are being followed!
Google collects information about you, including your search habits, shopping habits, location, and language. They use this information to provide you with search results that they think you will like.
Test it out:
You and a friend perform the same keyword search in Google. How different are your results? Now try it with your parents, or an older sibling.
Take back control by understanding how to search properly!
Using AND in Google Searches
Restricting search by site or domain
Using 'NOT' in Google searches
Finding the right reading level
Searching for News items and setting an alert
Using Brackets in Google Searches