Soumya Prakash Pradhan

For those who frequently search for PNG images on Google, finding the right image can sometimes be a challenge.

But there's a good technique in Google search where users can do a simple trick to quickly filter their search results and find the exact PNG images they want.

This trick involves adding a specific search term to your query. By adding "filetype:png" to your search terms, Google will only display PNG images in the search results.

It is important to note that sometimes Google may not display the desired PNG images even after using these search queries.

However, by following the step-by-step guide outlined below, you can increase your chances of finding the exact PNG image you want.

Step 1: First, go to the Google website and enter your search query in the search bar. Click on the "Images" tab to see image search results related to your search.

Step 2: Once you're on the image search results page, you'll notice a "Tools" menu at the top. Click on it to open the menu options.

Step 3: In the "Tools" menu, you'll see several options to filter your search results. Look for the "Color" section and click on it to expand the options. From there, choose the "Transparent" option.

Step 4: After selecting the "Transparent" option, your search results will now be filtered to only show images with transparent backgrounds, which are usually in the PNG format.

This means you can quickly and easily find the PNG images you need without going through a bunch of irrelevant results.