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Ask Search Engine

Search the Web with Ask

SUMMARY: Use the Ask.com search engine to explore the Internet.

Ask.com, formerly Ask Jeeves (the search engine with the butler), offers another way you can search the Internet. Ask.com lets you query for webpages, images, news articles, videos, maps, blogs, and an index of answered questions, among other categories of searches.

To access the Ask.com home page, visit the following link in your web browser:

http://www.ask.com/


Performing a search on Ask.com



Enter your search query in the box and press the "Search" button. A results page appears that may contain results, related searches, related questions, and tabs you can click to switch the search type to images, news, videos, maps, and questions and answers.


Results from a sample search on Ask.com



Note that Ask.com features, instructions, and screenshots are subject to change.

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