Is there an easy way to view Country specific google TLD ’s without browser defaulting to my countries TLD ?
So for example : say I want to view Google.com or Google .co.uk
My browser detects I am in Australia, and passes this info to Google, and renders results for google.com.au ( but displays world results )
Just wondering if there is an easy solution, rather than disguising myself as a country specific proxy.
To iterate: If I search for a search term, and elect the World wide results, google Australia, displays a different result to google.com main site for exact same search meta
Any suggestions ?
s4nji said+1 Exactly your are right. But I don’t know how to use this in chrome auto search. “google ncr” is not working in autosearch
http://www.google.com/ncr will always lead you to the .com TLD , no matter where you are
I can to open any country specific google TLD without getting redirected
Maybe because I went through the google.com/ncr?