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I usually set the search results for Google to 100; 10 is way too small for my usage.

However, when searching through the address bar of Google Chrome, it always shows 10 results, regardless of my settings. If I go to first and search the same thing, it displays 100 results.

Why is this happening, and how can I get my 100 results even when searching from the Google Chrome address bar?

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It works for me. But it only works if instant results are set to "Never show Instant results." – Alex Feb 11 '12 at 13:43
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You need to change this


Somehow I cannot get my browser to use {parameter} style queries so here is what worked for me

to include num=100 in the settings of the browser chrome://settings/searchEngines.

The settings for Google search app does not control the query to an extent within the browser itself (If you are incognito, the above query will not work).

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This has the side-benefit that it works in Incognito mode as well. – Synetech Feb 16 '12 at 4:09
  • Log on to Google Search setting. You can set this in almost all browsers, I have tried it in Firefox, Google chrome and it worked perfectly for me. -Now look for “Google Instant predictions” , It might be second option there.
  • You can manually choose number of pages you want to see on your Google Search.

Source : Get More than 10 Results When Searching on Google Search

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This setting is honored when first going to but not when searching from the address bar in Chrome. – nos Feb 25 '14 at 10:47
As above, doesn't work through address bar and so doesn't provide an answer to the question. – Matthew Williams Feb 25 '14 at 11:34

Try this this bookmarklets: num=100

Google Search URL Parameters – Query String Anatomy

Hope this help. Ley us know. :)

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In addition to appending num=100 to the URL in the Search Engines entry, you can also simply log into a Google account and set your preferences. When you subsequently do a search (from anywhere so long as it is not in Incognito mode), it should do so with the parameters you specified.

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