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Are there any tools/programs which can simultaneously search multiple search engines and analyze the results?

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Copernic is very popular ... and free for personal use.

Copernic Agent makes every Web search a super-search with this intelligent tool, trusted by millions of users worldwide.

If you want a web-based solution, try WolframAlpha

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Copernic seems great, but the Basic (free) version does not include some important features like "Advanced management of search and results" and "Summarize and analyze search results" :/ But of course, thanks. – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Jan 29 '10 at 19:18
@Mehper C. Palavuzlar - well, you didn't ask for free in particular ... and that's the usual approach: for free you get basic functionality, with paid versions then come the bells 'n' whistles. that actually works both ways, you throw a few quid to a software developer, it's a great motivation to improve the product and keep up the good work. :) – Molly7244 Jan 29 '10 at 19:22

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