Search or search is the search action . This verb allows you to name the action of doing something to find someone or something, do what is necessary to get a objective, go for a person to take it somewhere or cause certain reactions in it.
For example: "The search for the missing woman a month ago has not yet given any positive data", "You can't stay all day crying: you have to get up and go in search of your dreams", "In half an hour I spend your search so we go to the party together", “Your search will be successful and you will find me: better, take care of your words”.
There is talk of internal search to refer to process mental that aims to understand oneself, find the reasons for certain traumas or the strength to face a particular venture, among other possibilities.
In the field of Internet, a search is the action that is carried out on an engine (which is called seeker ), with the objective of find certain files or documents that are housed in web servers .
The user must enter terms or phrases (known as keywords or keywords ) in the search engine so that it presents a page with results: "The search for the new album was unsuccessful: I think it is not yet available on the Web", “When I logged in to find the name of the book, the search yielded dozens of different results”.
Although the search in a computer network necessarily gives files of different formats, the experience that the industry tries to provide the user avoids technicalities so that it seems that he is exploring a great book, an incalculable encyclopedia of dimensions that contains the tools to meet a large percentage of the intellectual needs of today's life.
As much as it is presented in a different way, and despite the differences in terms of technology used by each search engine, those who have used computers regularly before the birth of the Internet surely searched for files many times before knowing and taking advantage of the services of Yahoo or Altavista, two of the first online search engines.
Along the short but intense history Internet, searches have acquired great importance, despite having been ignored by many at first. It should be mentioned that in the early 90s there were not so many similar sites, and that people came to certain portals on the recommendation of their acquaintances. But the growth of the Network made it necessary to explore its recesses by ourselves to find what we need, as if it were a large library.
Google is the most famous search engine of the moment and, in large part, owes its success to the series of technological innovations that the homonymous company has been incorporating year after year. One of its most useful features is to try guess what do your users want to look for before they finish entering the keywords; This is achieved thanks to the large amount of information that is constantly collected, which is why many fear using their services. It is important to remember that Google has Gmail, YouTube and Blogger, among other platforms, and that you can monitor the activity of all your customers to know them better.
It is known as search and rescue to operation It takes place in emergency situations. The usual thing is that it is carried out in places of difficult access when there are lost, injured or sick people: "The Gendarmerie announced the launch of a search and rescue operation to find the mountaineers lost on the hill".