Type your word in the Search box at the top of the page and click the arrow.
The most relevant pages will appear at the top of your search results.
Use advanced search for greater control over your search.
To use advanced search, do the followings:
Click "Advanced Search" which located on the right of the website.
Complete the form and click search.
Tips to make your search more effective:
Be specific.Try using words that are unique or try adding descriptive words. For example, a search for thinkpad may give you too many results. If you're really looking for ThinkPad drivers, you can specify it to thinkpad drivers or thinkpad dvd drivers.
Try using synonyms.If you get too few results or Search doesn't find what you're looking for, try synonyms for your original words. For example, instead of searching for java classes, try java education.
Check your spelling.A single misspelled or mistyped word can change your results.
Learn from your results.Your search may not return exactly what you're looking for, but scanning the results may help you see the words that were found and give you ideas for other searches.
Note: Search isn't case sensitive, so don't worry about capitalization.
Expand your search with wildcard by typing words that begin with the same letters. Use an * (asterisk) as a wildcard. A wildcard search is useful for finding pages with words that have multiple endings. For example, you could enter: comput*
The results contain pages with words that have the prefix comput, such as compute, computer, computing, computation, and computational.
Note: Asterisks can be used only at the end of a word or word fragment.
Search exact phrase by adding double quotes (" ") around specific phrases to focus your search on the exact phrase. A phrase search can greatly reduce the number of results. For example, you could enter:
This query returns only pages that have the exact phrase "desktop accessories" in them.
Limit your results to specific information by including special modifiers. It can help us to get search result with word that we require to be included or excluded. Do not leave any space between the sign and the word, but leave a space between search words.
a) You can use a + sign at the beginning of a word to require that the word appear in all pages in the results. For example, you could enter:
b)To get result that must contain pages with thinkpad and drivers, use a - sign at the beginning of a word to exclude all pages with that word. For example, you could enter: