There are many ways to use Google's features.
The more we know how to query Google's Internet Database,
the better we get required information in short time.
As a daily Google user, I'm finding how to use this giant search engine effectively.
Also collect some working query strings and keywords.
So I would like to share what I found and want to get what others found about Google.
eBooks SearchI use this keywords to search direct links and page of the ebooks.
"book title/ name/ subject"+download site
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However we can substitue any other file hosting sites, like filefactory.com/*, divshare.com/*, mediafire.com/* and so on.
We can use this method to search any others what we wanted, warez, musics, videos and so on. I feel it is so simple but effective for me.
for eBooks directory search-inurl:html -inurl:htm -inurl:asp -inurl:cfm -inurl:shtml intitle:"index.of"+"parent directory"+"Cisco|CCNA"+pdf|chm
More compact way is,
-inurl:(html|htm|asp|cfm|shtml) intitle:"index.of"+"parent directory" +"Cisco|CCNA"+pdf|chm
-inurl:(html|htm|asp|cfm|shtml) intitle:"index.of"+"parent directory"+"Cisco|CCNA"+pdf|chm+2007
Here, we can use only one intitle:"index.of" or "parent directory".
2007 is also optional. I use this to find directories that updated in 2007.
Some Keywords to substitute at "Cisco|CCNA"
A+, ACCA, aircraft, book, BSD, C, C++, code, CSS, crack, cracking, data, dictionary, database, ebook, engine, essential, encyclopedia, engineer, engineering, google, hack, hankbook, html, hacking, jet, kernal, linux, McGraw Hill, machine, marine, media, mind, mobile, manual, management, missing, MBA, MCSD, MCSE ... , network, networking, OReilly, open, Opensource, Prentice Hall, Peachpit.press, Php, Release, Robot, System, Tesking, Troubleshooting, Training, Utility, visual, visual (c++/basic etc), Wiley, web, workbook and so on …
Some Keywords to substitute at "pdf|chm"
If we want to search audio/video files, change "pdf|chm" to wma, mp3, mpg, mpeg, mid, swf, asf, wmv, ram, wav etc. Also we can use more keywords; cab, exe, zip, rar, 7z etc.
Using Google's CacheSometimes, network connection is too slow to access original sites. At that time Google's Caches giving in the search results are the best way to access those sites. We can feel this way is more fast than accessing original site. If the site is required to register to view the contents in normal browsing, Google's Cache will bypass this problem for some sites.
Using Google's TranslatorSome of Chinese , Russian and Middle East sites are developed with their native languages and share many valuable resources about Technologies, Medical, Software and other valuable information. As a normal internet or Google user, we cannot access these sites because of their languages. However Google's Translator can be performed as a translator and proxy. By using this Google's Translator service effectively, we can use Internet more widely as well as deeply. For more information about Google's Translator service, you can read here. If you want to test certain site: follow this link. http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=zh-CN&u=http://www.cnshare.org/ You will see effectiveness of Google's Translator service easily.
50/100 Results/PageNormally Google's results give us 10 Results per page. But we can change this using preference and set results from 10, 20, 30, 50 to 100. However the I prefer to use this query &num=100 to get 100 Results/Page by adding at the end of Google's Search Address.
Using the Internet effectively and quickly in a short time, is funny and can save our valuable Time and Money. Hopefully this information will help all my friends and other (beginners) Googlers.