Post by Frank Slootweg
You were referring to threads in 'this'  newsgroup. So you could
just have given the News URLs or/and the 'Subject:' plus 'Date:'
headers. No need for a search engine.
 alt.comp.os.windows-10, i.e. before you added the needless
crosspost (and failed to say so).
I know you're almost always a troll, but, unlike your normal trolling, you
posted above something that might work since the goal is to find a good
Usenet search engine that only searches a specific newsgroup named
alt.comp.os.windows-10 or alt.windows7.general.
So, Frank, I will *test* your post, assuming that you're not just trolling
with senseless semantic games like you have proven you do time and again.
How do you suggest that we, all the users here, find any *topic* in the
Usenet newsgroup named "alt.comp.os.windows-10".
Remember, you and David are just trolling, so you picked an *easy* but
The case Chas Jackson (who is NOT a troll - he's an adult) observed, which
is perfectly valid, is that pcbanter isn't perfect like Google Groups is,
for, say, the android newsgroup that you, Frank, troll incessantly on.
Likewise for the iOS newsgroups that you, Frank, don't troll on:
Luckily, *some* Windows newsgroups have a Google Groups search engine:
http://tinyurl.com/microsoft-public-windowsxp-gen (30-character limit)
The question is, Frank, what's a good Usenet search engine that searches
*this* newsgroup for a certain topic.
No trolling now Frank.
None of your incessant mindless numbingly silly senseless semantic games.
Can you do that Frank?
*Can you act like an adult for just once in your life, Frank?*
Or, do you prove yet again, beyond a doubt, that you're only a child who
has zero technical capability whatsoever, and, worse, zero helpful intent.
Q: What's a good search engine for this Usenet newsgroup (pick one).