Use Google.com and stop Google from sending you to country Specific
Today we are discussing a common problem related to using Google.com. Actually, it’s not a problem, but it is a bit frustrating for who need to search on Google.com.
For example, I’m from India when I visit google.com it will redirect me to google.co.in. If you are from UK and you visit google.com it will redirect to google.co.uk.
So how to use Use Google.com and stop Google from sending you to country Specific. It’s really simple. Here we go.
1. If you are on Google Chrome, go to Chrome Settings.
2. Then click the “Show Home Button” under “Appearance”.
3. Select “Open this page” then type “https://www.google.com/ncr“
Also, do the same if you want to start with Google.com when you open the browser. Go to Chrome settings, then on start up then open a specific page or set of pages. Then type https://www.google.com/ncr.
Appy the same method on all browser like Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc. Just replace the browser URL with https://www.google.com/ncr.
The “ncr” stands for “No Country Redirect”. If you include this on the URL, Google won’t geolocate your homepage.
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