Presently known as Ask.com, Ask Jeeves is a question answering search engine that allows users to ask questions and get answers. Users can also search for the answer to a particular question through Ask.com. This search ... More »

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Ask Jeeves was the original name of Ask.com, an early search engine. When it launched, the website featured a cartoon butler named Jeeves and attempted to answer questions in addition to providing search results. More »

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There is an Ask Jeeves Kids site hosted at SquirrelNet.com, although the original website, AJKids.com, redirects to Ask.com as of 2015. The Ask Jeeves Kids site also allows for a safe search using Google. More »

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Search tips for Ask.com, which was originally known as Ask Jeeves, include using the search engine's shortcuts and smart answer features. Ask.com accepts searches that consist of a single word, multiple words or question... More »

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Ask.com, which was founded as Ask Jeeves in 1996, delivers answers to medical questions as well as queries covering a wide range of topics. Aside from answering user questions, it works as a search engine site that allow... More »

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Ask Jeeves, also known as Ask.com, is a freely accessible search engine that is famous for focusing on question-and-answer related searches. Jeeves, the site mascot, is based on the fictional character in P.G. Wodehouse'... More »

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There is an Ask Jeeves Kids site hosted at SquirrelNet.com, although the original website, AJKids.com, redirects to Ask.com as of 2015. The Ask Jeeves Kids site also allows for a safe search using Google. More »

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