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Not sure what the third string does, just copied it from the former default entry, but I just entered the following three in the aforementioned location to solve my problem: URL: chrome://settings/searchEngines Entry: GoogleCom (Default) google.com The following string: - ...


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Use this link: https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=cr&ei=FTWzU_K-AoLTOYLJgfAE All International all the time. Google.com/ncr does not work anymore for me, browser keeps defaulting to current locale after first use.


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Google messenger ? (Hangout) is that what you mean ? it's require an internet connection and that's it . yes it's require a signal tower if you want to run it on your phone using 3G,2G,4G data connection .


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For Firefox, there's Hide Unwanted Results of Google Search. Seems to work reasonably well - just right-click a link in the search results, and click hide, and it will hide all results from that domain (you can add a manual regex in the settings, instead, if that's more useful).


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From your editor on the right side where you have the option to change theme (see photo) ![enter image description here][1] Notice the small icon in red for "Customize theme" click it to bring up the option listed in the second image, here you want to play with your Form Background and Page Background, from Page Background you can remove or change the image ...


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Those characters appear when something is invalid on the page. Specifically, they are used by UTF-8 to represent invalid characters, and can be summed up as an invalid attempt to read non-UTF-8 data as UTF-8, followed by the opposite. Normally, this is caused by one of two things: The site you are connecting to has encoding issues on the server side. This ...


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Although @jcrawfordor pretty much nailed it and the OP must have moved past this but just for others who end up here,the following is whats being done. Google,Mozilla and several others have their own Wifi Location databases that get populated . Providers have an option to disable this mapping via '_nomap'to their wifi name(SSID) if they're concerned of ...



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