Search the web with the Dogpile metasearch engine. Tips on using Dogpile, viewing what others have searched for, searching through news articles, and more.
#1: Search for Images by Format, Color, and Size
Limit your Dogpile image searches by file type, colors, and relative file size.
#2: Include or Exclude Domains from Web Searches
Limit Dogpile searches to websites matching or not matching a particular domain.
#3: Display News From Sources in Particular States or Countries
Limit your search for news stories in Dogpile to sources in particular geographic areas.
#4: Attempt to Filter Adult Material from a Particular Query's Results
Attempt to filter more inappropriate content when using the Dogpile metasearch engine.
#5: Find Matching Images on the Internet
Use the Dogpile search engine to browse images on the web.
#6: Display Your Horoscope
Use Dogpile to display your daily horoscope.
#7: View Popular Search Queries
List some of the more popular searches made with the Dogpile metasearch engine.
#8: Search for Pages in Specific Languages
Find just webpages written in English, French, or Spanish with the Dogpile search engine.
#9: See What Others Have Been Searching For
Curious to see what others look for on the Internet?
#10: Search for People's Phone Numbers and Addresses
Display White Pages information with the Dogpile search engine.
#11: Search the web with Dogpile
Use Dogpile to query several search engines simultaneously for what you want or need.
#12: Search for News Items
Query multiple sources for the top news of the day.
The MalekTips website was created in 1998 by Andrew Malek of Envision Programming. The page's goal is to freely disperse computer-related tips, hints, and informative articles. Tips are organized to be easy to find, and are presented clearly, in easy-to-understand language.