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Old 02-10-2020, 05:51 PM   #1
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LXer: Top hacks for the YaCy open source search engine


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In my article about getting started with YaCy, I explained how to install and start using the YaCy peer-to-peer search engine. One of the most exciting things about YaCy, however, is the fact that it's a local client. Each user owns and operates a node in a globally distributed search engine infrastructure, which means each user is in full control of how they navigate and experience the World Wide Web.read more

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