Google Search is a very powerful search engine, but sometimes you might want to exclude certain words from your search.
For example, if you were to search Google for Crane, some of the results would be relating to the type of crane that you might find on a construction site, whilst other results would be relating to the type of bird.
So by excluding the word bird from your search then you would only see results relating to the construction kind.
So if you have ever found yourself wishing you could do this, then keep reading.
Go to google.com (obviously)
Type whatever you wanted to search followed by a space, then a hyphen, and then any word you want to exclude.
For example: crane -bird
Press the enter key on your keyboard and enjoy the results.
Here’s a link to a video on how to exclude a word from a search in Google.