A search engine is a program designed to look for information stored on a computer or a network like the internet.
Searches are displayed automatically in a list through keywords by relevance, usually with a title and a short excerpt. Searches on the internet and web page analysis is carried out by special computer programs called "web crawlers." The global market leader of search engines is Google by the American company of the same name.
Google. It's a noun, it's a verb, it's a very valuable company. And 20 years ago today it was incorporated by a pair students working out of a garage in Menlo Park. Google was born in the excitement of the young, democratic Internet. Its ambitions were even courageous, delivering the world's information to anyone with Internet access.