Looking for an easier way to find information on a specific topic or at a specific website?
Google provides the following specialized search engines:
The specialized searches let you find information about a topic without getting completely unrelated results. For instance, if you want only official information from US governments about taxes, you can search all federal and state government websites from this one search box.
Why these topics? Early on in Google history, some engineers created these specialized search engines to serve their own interests. They've remained part of the site though Google has turned its attention to other types of search services and features.
You can find links to these specialized search engines, as well as Google Book Search and Google Scholar, on the Advanced Web Search form.
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