Google and how it works?
Google LLC is one of the famous American multinational technology companies. It is regarded as one of the Big Four technology companies, alongside Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft.
It’s also called BackRub and a search engine. It is given and developed by Sergey Brin and Larry Page in 1996 as a research project at Stanford University. Larry and Sergey later thought the name of their search engine and termed as Google. The word google is coined from the term googol in order to search files. Its main office is in Mountain View, California.
The registration of the domain google.com was done on September 15, 1997. Google is also well known as a subsidiary of the Alphabet company in 2015. Google is ranked number one search engine and stand ahead from its competitors and helps it to grow its PageRank technique. Google also provides services, such as Google Maps and Google Local, to provide more relevant search results.
Is Google just a search engine?
Google Search, also termed as Google Web Search or simply Google is a web search engine which is developed by Google. It is one of the most used search engines on the World Wide Web across all the platforms, considering more than 92.62% market share as of June 2019, and dealing with more than 5.4 billion searches each and every day.
Other Google products and services
- Android – Operating system for smartphones
- Blogger – View and create a personal blog
- Chromebook – Laptop using the Google Chrome OS
- Chrome OS – Google for laptop and portable computers
- G-Suite – A suite of cloud software for business purposes
- Gmail – Free online e-mail service with over 1 GB of storage and also called as the best spam protection available.
- Google Ads – Formerly known as Google AdWords, Google Ads is a service that enables users to pay to advertise on the Google search engine and other websites using Google AdSense.
- Google AdSense – A type of service which pays website publishers or blog developers in order to show advertisements on their site.
- Google AdWords – Service that facilitates users to pay to advertise on the Google search engine and other websites using Google AdSense.
- Google Alerts – It creates alert for text messages by sending an e-mail address each day.
- Google Allo – Android and iOS to exchange messages, images, files, and videos. But Finally Google shutdown this service due to losses.
- Google Analytics – Google Analytics allows anyone to monitor and create reports of visitors to their website.
- Google App Engine – helps users to create scalable web services that use Google’s resources.
- Google Assistant – uses artificial intelligence to respond to voice requests.
- Google Blog – blog served by Google that helps give an insight into the company.
- Google Books – contains hundreds of thousands of books that can be searched.
- Google Calendar – It arranges your schedule, synchronize, and share events with your friends.
- Google Chrome – desktop Internet browser.
- Google Classroom – Google service that students and teachers participate in a digital class.
- Google Cloud – for business purposes to store data
- Google CSE (Custom Search Engine) – to create a custom Google Search engine.
- Google Daydream View – VR headset.
- Google Developer – Google developer documentation, resources, events, and products can be searched.
- Google Docs – allows you to create documents, open Microsoft Word documents, and share your documents with other users that have Internet access
- Google Drive – allows users to view, edit, and store their documents and files in the Google cloud.
- Google Express – A delivery service available in most of the states
- Google Fiber – offers a fiber connection to the Internet.
- Google Fonts – fonts that can be used on your web page.
- Google Fuchsia – An open-source operating system.
- Google Glass – AR (augmented reality) glasses.
- Google Homepage – search engine or main page
- Google Images – allows you to search for images instead of text.
- Google Keep – allows you to keep and store notes
- Google Mail – popular as Gmail
- Google Maps – to search for directions from one location to another, search for local businesses.
- Google Moon – Google created this page with a map of our Moon and each of the moon landings in celebration of the first Moon landing.
- Google Nest – Google home products
- Google News – Great news site
- Google Now – used by mobile users that gives the most important information that relates to you based on your searching and driving habits
- Google Photos – Online, cloud-based photo storage system
- Google Pixel – Google smartphone
- Google Play – permits users to search and download apps, books, movies, and music for Android devices
- Google Play Music– helps users to stream, download, and upload music to a person library as well as create and listen to radio stations
- Google Scholar – helps and permits users to search for scholarly literature
- Google Sheets – to create spreadsheets, open Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and share your spreadsheets with other users that have Internet access
- Google Shopping – Formerly known as Froogle, service for finding products based on prices, location, type, etc.
- Google Sites – create and share websites.
- Google Slides – A presentation program the same as Microsoft PowerPoint.
- Google Street View – allows anyone to drive down the streets around the world
- Google Patents – to search over 7 million patents.
- Google Photos – It is used for online cloud storage for photos and videos, allowing users to upload, organize, and share with other users.
- Google Toolbar – it is basically for Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer and Firefox users. Google Toolbar permits users to use these browsers to have access to the Google search and other Google features at any time.
- Google Translate – Translate a foreign language web page or text into your mentioned language.
- Google Trends – 100 most active search queries lists and comparison of what people are searching for on Google.
- Google URL Shortener – used to shorten long URLs
- Google Video – Search for online videos
- Google Voice – helps to search on the phone using your voice.
- Google Wallet – A payment app developed by Google that permits people to send and receive money from other people.
- Google WebMaster tools – enables webmasters to view, maintain, and control how Google indexes their web page
- Google.org – The philanthropic arm of Google
- My Activity – facilities that track your history when you use Google’s services.
- Quick, Draw! – Drawing game to help test artificial intelligence.
- Waze – GPS navigation application for androids
- Wing – delivers light-weight items over short distances.
YouTube – allows users to freely upload videos and view others uploaded videos.
How does Google work?
All web search engines work is based mainly on a 3 phase approach in order to manage, rank and return search results. But a lot of people didn’t get any idea what is happening behind that search box when they type in their search queries to enable the search. These 3 approaches are as described below:-
This means that search engines can search out what is published out on the World Wide Web. Essentially, crawling means of copying what is on web pages and repeatedly checking out the pages to recognize if they are changed and make a copy of any changes found.
The programs as robots, crawlers, spiders or some variation using ‘web’, e.g. web crawler..which have the job of doing this are variously referred.
Once a spider or any other program has crawled a web page, then copy that is made is returned to the search engine and stored in a data center. Data centers are very large, all the copies of webpages being made by the crawlers. Google possesses dozens of them dotted around the world, which it guards very closely and which are among the most hi-tech buildings in the world.
Indexing is the procedure of managing the masses of data and pages so they can be searched quickly.
The algorithm is a very complicated and lengthy equation which is used to calculate a value for any given site in relation to a search term. We actually don’t know what the algorithm is, because search engines help to keep this a closely guarded secret from competitors and from people looking to game the search engine to get to the top spots.
How can I create a Google account?
To create a Google account, we need to follow these steps:-
- Go to https://www.google.com/
- Click Create an account
- The signup form will appear
- Click the checkbox,
- Then click the Next step.
- The Create your profile page will appear
- Your account will be created,
- And the Google welcome page will appear.
The advantages of Google Sites:
- Its the cost is totally Free
- It is fast and easy to edit
- To operate it, no programming or database skills required
- No software installation required
- Integrated with Google apps
- The creator can access tools anywhere
- full control on-page access and permission
Function as a basic project manager
The disadvantages of Google Sites:
- Limited functionality compared to other website builders
- Not beneficial for business – not enough customization
- limited to Google apps only.
- Apps outside Google apps may be inapplicable
Some Important Questions to Discuss
1.Can anyone see what I search on Google on my phone?
Someone can see your browser history if they use and on your own device. The solution to this is you should delete browser history if you don’t want people to see. Another solution is to set a password on all devices.
2.How does Google search engine work step by step?
- Web Crawling – This means search engines can find out what is published out on the World Wide Web.
- Indexing – once a spider has crawled in a web page, the duplicate copy that is made is returned to the search engine and stored in a data center.
- The Algorithm.
3.What is the full form of Google?
The full form of GOOGLE is
- G – Global
- O- Organization of
- O- Oriented
- G- Group
- L- Language of
- E- Earth.
4.Is Firefox a search engine?
Mozilla is a type of web browser, not a search engine. Its default search engine is yahoo. Firefox is a web browser the same as google.com or bing.com.
5.How do I delete my Google history?
- open the Chrome app in your phone
- tap More. History.
- Tap Clear browsing data.
- After that ‘Time range’,
- select you to want to delete. To clear everything, tap All the time.
- Check ‘Browsing history’
- Tap Clear data.
6.What does Google do?
Google’s main objective is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”.