Most Internet search engines are setup the same way, often you will
have a dialog box just as this:
Using this you click in the box with the mouse so that you can see
a blinking cursor, then you type in what you are looking for and
hit the enter key on the keyboard or use the mouse and click on
the search button.
When you are searching for something, it is usually easier to
search for a broad topic just to see how many results you will
obtain, which can sometimes be between 2 and 20000000, thus if
you get many matches it might be a good idea to change what you
are looking for to a more specific phrase.
Lets say you are looking for Cumulo Nimbus cloud information,
most likely there will not be a page dedicated to just one kind
of cloud so your first search you look for clouds. However when
you search that you get millions of results with few containing
anything actually on clouds, to try and narrow you results, change
your search text to cumulo nimbus clouds, the results should be
more acceptable and you can find what you are looking for easier.
Besides using extra words to narrow what you are looking for,
you can also tell the computer what not to include in your result
list, to do this you use negative sign ( - ) or use the word not
depending on the search engine, you will have to look at the search
engines own tips to find out what they use. But using this you
can limit your search to what you want.
If you are looking for python information, and when you search
for python you get a lot of Monthy Python information, you could
type python -monthy
This would stop the
results from displaying anything with the word monthy involved