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Users can find satellite and photo images of their homes by downloading Google Earth and entering their addresses in the location field on the main display. Google provides free downloads for PC, smartphone and tablet sy... More »

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Some tips and tricks for Using Google Earth include scrolling through historical satellite imagery, using the ruler tool to measure between two locations, activating the weather layer, creating personal maps, recording a... More »

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All images in Google Earth are updated anywhere from seconds to two years. The images take time, and they are continuously collecting them from all over the world, so it is a bit hard to find out which location will have... More »

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