Google Search is customized for a number of countries and regions across the world. If you’re not living in the US, whenever you enter google.com in your browser, it’ll automatically, redirect to the country-specific Google site. For example, google.in provides search results that are most relevant for users in India.
However, if you want to stick with google.com instead of google’s country-specific site, you can follow any of following tweaks,
- If you are using Firefox browser, you can add this add-ons always “.com” – Google.com (in English). It’ll search using Google.com (English) whenever you enter your search keywords. [Quick Tweak: Firefox - Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl + K - Goto Search tab ]
- You can set your home page as http://www.google.com/ncr to reach google.com | NCR stands for No Country Redirect. This is an alternative web address for Google.com that always takes you to Google.com without redirecting you. If you don’t want to set it as home page, you can bookmark it too. [Quick Tweak: Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl + D]
- Another way is to let google.com redirect to your country google domain and then click the link Go to Google.com which is located at the bottom of the page. [ Refer the image below ]
You can try these tweaks to stick with google.com. If you know any other tweaks to achieve this, sound off in the comments section. Happy googling!