A search engine is a service that allows Internet users to search for all types of content on the World Wide Web. It does this by requesting the user to enter a few keywords for what they are searching for and it will spit back out a list of results. It is able to display website links, videos, shops, maps, images, and many other forms of online data. It is a very simple tool that helps users navigate the WWW for information they need
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