When seemingly all other search venues are falling for the clutter and the noise of the social networks and privacy intrusions, whether it be by toolbars that can’t be turned off, or personalized default search. Ixquick Metasearch can still deliver your search results in a true search engine fashion.
Ixquick draws it’s results from no less than 11 of the worlds largest and most respected search indexes and pulls those results all together in a bundle of relevance that Google has somehow seemed to have misplaced along the line somewhere with it’s main search functions.
Ixquick, draws it’s results from All the Web, Ask/Teoma, Bing, Digg, EntireWeb, Gigablast, Open Directory, Qkport, Wikipedia, and Yahoo.
We’ve found Ixquick to be the default search of choice, because it doesn’t care to intrude into your personal search experience, even inasmuch as not even logging your ip address like Google does.
Ixquick has been around for a while now, and it’s importance on the search engine scene is only just now being realized, as other search engines, like Google try to nose in on your search habits, not too unlike the dreaded keyloggers and click trackers of the not so distant past.
Google .. the modern equivalent of yesterdays keylogger, makes spyware through it’s browser and toolbar an acceptable thing in today’s internet.
The very fact that Google has to resort to various privacy intrusions on the internet these days is a sign that they might quickly be failing in the very industry that they helped to shape.
If you are tired of being spied on by the once trusted Google, then I suggest you give Ixquick a try.