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How to do a Google search for webpages last updated within 2 years?

Because the Internet has grown exponentially every year, when I search for pages posted on the Internet 10 years ago it is crowded out by similar postings of more recent origin.

Has any search engine got an "older than" filter?

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Using Google web search Show options you can set a time period for your searches:


Specific date range:


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I've searched www.google.com in detail and did not find such option. – bortzmeyer Feb 23 '10 at 12:22