We don’t store your search history. We therefore have nothing to sell to advertisers that track you across the Internet. We don’t track you in or out of private browsing mode. Other search engines track your searches even when you’re in private browsing mode. We don’t track you — period.
How to change your Google Search settings Click on your web browser's address bar and type in www.google.com. When you reach the main page, click Settings in the lower-right corner, and then click Search Settings. The first tab that will come up is of settings that affect your Search Results . ... More items...
A search engine results page (SERP) is a Web page that shows up after a user-generated search on a search engine . The resulting page displays the given results for a keyword search; from there, the user selects the most relevant page or other desired option, typically from a vertical list.
Look up an address with White Pages Find People (See Resources). Type the person's first name into the "First name" text box, type her last name into the "Last name" text box and, if you have this information, type her city/state or ZIP code into the "City, State or ZIP" text box.