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Excellent Utilities: Whoogle Search – Self-Hosted Metasearch Engine

Whoogle Search is a privacy-focused search engine. It displays the same results as Google Search but without ads/sponsored content, JavaScript, cookies, or tracking.
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Search, Study, and Practice Linux Commands on the Fly Using Tldr++

In this tutorial, we will learn about the Tldr++ tldr client, how to install Tldr++ in Linux, and how to search, study and practice Linux commands with the help of the Tldr++ client.
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DuckDuckGo Search Engine Evolves Desktop Web Browser

The DuckDuckGo project, which is developing a search engine that works without tracking user preferences and movements, announced work on its own desktop browser, which will complement the mobile applications and browser add-on previously offered by the service. The key feature of the new browser will be the lack of binding to separate browser engines […]

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How to Search for Text Within Files and Folders in Linux

If you are a developer, a web programmer, or someone who works with many files and you need to find a single piece of text, you should know and memorize a single command you can use on any Linux-based system. For example, let’s say you have a directory containing 30 folders and 20,000 files. It […]

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find: 25 Basic find Commands to Search for Files in Linux with Examples

The find command in Linux/Unix is known to be one of the most important and frequently used commands for searching files and directories. It supports different arguments and options for finding files and directories. Even if you can find files and folders in Linux via GUI it will be more friendly and easier to use, […]

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Best Free Alternatives to Microsoft Bing

This series looks at the best free and open-source alternatives to products and services offered by Microsoft. There are lots of alternatives to Bing, and we’re only recommending the best in this article.
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Example of How to Search Files in Linux Using the ‘find’ Command

The find command in Linux/Unix is known to be one of the most important and frequently used commands for searching files and directories. It supports different arguments and options for finding files and directories. Even if you can find files and folders in Linux via GUI it will be more friendly and easier to use, […]

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Silver Searcher – A Code Searching Tool Similar to Ack

The Silver Searcher is a reputable command line code-searching tool that is attributed to be cross-platform, open-source, and free. It shares most of its functional attributes with grep’s plain-text search features. The primary difference between these…

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