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Dogpile is a search engine that operates on metasearch technology. This means that search results in Dogpile are a compilation of results from top search engines and websites. The search engines that are used by Dogpile's metasearch technology are Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask as of 2010.How do I make Dogpile my default search engine?
Open your Internet Explorer browser. Navigate to the Dogpile search engine website, www.dogpile.com. Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Internet Options.". The "Internet Options" dialog box will open. Make sure you are on the "General" tab of the "Internet Options" dialog box.Is Dogpile search engine considered as virus?
Dogpile.com depicts itself as a reliable Meta search engine, but in certainty it is a browser hijacker which has a hidden virus, as it gets results from popular and different genuine search engine and directories and later presents them linked to the users. Dogpile chiefly gets results from Google, Yahoo, Bing, and more.Does Dogpile track your search?
Like any other search engine in a browser or the Internet, search queries and results are recorded by the Dogpile search engine. Dogpile tracks and displays the 15 most recent searches by default. Turning this option off does not mean that your search history is no longer tracked or recorded.