CaseSensistiveSearch.com provides a
case sensitive web search engine
It works like other popular search engines (like Google, Yahoo, and Bing)
except that the search is case sensitive.
Case sensitive searching allows searches for words that differ in meaning
based on differing use of uppercase and lowercase letters.
For example, the month of
March is very different from what a marching band does. A person from
Poland is Polish, but you polish silver.
You eat an apple while using an Apple computer.
A typical search engine ignores case, which is usually what you want. But
sometimes, matching case can significantly improve the search results.
A proper name search is another example where case can help find the best results.
A case sensitive google search can improve results in some cases.
To perform a search, simply type the search term into the
The search engine will only list results that match the case of the search
Here are some additional tips for using CaseSensitiveSearch.com:
If you want to search for an exact phrase, put the search words in quotation
marks. For example, "Bill A. Smith".
Use the minus sign (-) to exclude words.
For example, "Bill Gates" -microsoft will find pages with Bill Gates
but that do not have the term Microsoft (note that the term after the minus
sign is not case sensitive).
Use the plus sign (+) in front of a word (or phrase if in quotes) to require
that the term must be in the search result.
Common small words such as "a", "and", "for", and "the" are ignored unless you
put quotation marks around them. Sometimes they are not ignored if
they are important to the search. Put them in quotation marks if you want to
be sure that they are included.
Normally, the search returns pages that match all of the search terms.
To search for pages that have one of two or more terms, separate the terms
with OR (must be capitalized) between the terms. For example,
"William Smith" OR "Bill Smith". (You may also separate terms with
AND, but AND is the default and thus does not change the result).
To search within a site or domain, use the site: keyword. For example,
site:www.example.com Bill Smith will find Bill Smith only on pages
at www.example.com. The minus sign (-) also works with site. For example,
Bill Smith -site:www.example.com will search for Bill Smith on every
site except www.example.com.
A common use of CaseSensitiveSearch.com is to search for people. Using
quotations around the full name often helps narrow the search. Also,
you might try entering other information you know about the person.
For example, an address or e-mail address, phone number, screen name,
or other unique identifier may help.
This is a new tool. Comments and suggestions would be appreciated.
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