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FuzzFind first launched in 2008 with results from Google, Yahoo and Live Search) and del.icio.us  . A revamped version was launched in 2009 that replaced Live Search with Bing when the latter was introduced as a replacement for the former.
- When a search query is entered, FuzzFind combines results from the major search engines i.e. Google, Yahoo and Bing.
- Matching results are retrieved from the social bookmarking site del.icio.us to determine the popularity and tagging of each result.
- The results are sorted according to the importance of each source, which is searcher can personalize by dragging sliders. 
- Related news, images and search terms are also displayed along with the web search results.