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Google's reverse image search allows you to find more information about any image, such the contents of an image, similar images, and any place the image might be located across the Internet.

From the Google search page, click "Images" in the header.

You can drag and drop an image from your hard drive into the search field to immediately reverse search an image, or you can click the camera icon.

Paste the URL of an image in the field, or click "Upload an image" then "Choose File" to search for an image on your hard drive.

Note that the image you upload will not be saved to Google once you choose it.

The image will only be used for this individual reverse image search.

You'll see webpages related to the image in the list below, as well visually similar images, and pages that include similar or exact image matches, below.

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