Since then, more than 3 billion people have been born Googling It was launched for the first time in the world and the vast majority do not know how the world developed without this instrument.

Now the first action that people take when they want to know something is to consult the search engine so that it suggests pages with the necessary answers.

Although the search engine was released in 1998, the story begins in 1995 at Stanford University, when Larry Page was looking for a master’s degree and met Sergey Brin, who showed him around the institution.

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A year later, they worked together and began creating a search engine that used relevant links from pages on the World Wide Web. They finally got it done and called it Backrub.

However, some time later this was changed to the name Google, as they were inspired by a mathematical expression consisting of a number one accompanied by a hundred zeros.

In August 1998, Google Inc. became incorporated. officially founded with a $100,000 investment from Sun co-founder Andy Bechtolsheim. This established the first office in California, in a garage owned by Susan Wojcicki.

The search engine reports that old desktop computers have been implemented, as well as a table tennis table.

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On a virtual level, the first doodle incorporated was a pop in the logo indicating that the staff had escaped to a festival.

Over the years, new functionalities have been added, such as Google Images, which was implemented in 2001. That same year, they also helped users implement Mean, which helped get the expected searches despite spelling errors.

A year later and after the events of September 11, 2001, Google News was launched to collect links to various sources of information.

In 2004 it was the turn of autocomplete, which reduces writing by 25% and saves about 200 years of writing time per day.

Google Translator was released in 2006 and currently supports 133 languages. That same year, Google Trends was implemented, which allows us to learn how searches are changing.

Over the years, more tools have been released and improved in usability, such as voice search, Google Lens, and a store chart, among others. (JO)