Since Windows 1, a Dragon 32 and saving data to a tape recorder, the world moved on with commercial enterprise drowning the internets value as a research tool.
Ok, so I’m 76 years old, but used to write software in ‘basic’, but it worked.
Today’s internet search providers are so commercially driven, that finite research is excluded from results obtained, despite claims of ‘23m hits’.
For me and I guess innumerable others, it’s no longer a valid tool, but a nightmare and hardly worth using.
Hoping that others may agree!
p.s. In the early 80’s met up with Clive Sinclair and his p.a. at Milton, Cambs, where we jointly agreed that using water sourced heat-pimps would contribute to his Sinclair45 production. OK it didn’t help the eventual ugliness of the design, but it proved to be a successful development!