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Pressing esc in a Google search cycles between selecting all of the current search text and selecting none.


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If you want to search from the command line and jump to a user-definable browser for results, another solution is use surfraw. Surfraw provides a fast unix command line interface to a variety of popular WWW search engines and other artifacts of power. It reclaims google, altavista, dejanews, freshmeat, research index, slashdot and many ...


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If problem is search only, you may changed search engine. First go to setting. in search sub menu click manage search engines. first see if default search engine is google.if not make it default and test problem. in very bottom of poped up page,fill fields with this: name: google_custom keyword: google URL: http://www.google.com/search?q=%s/ now ...


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I have been unable to re-create this error myself, But I found this: Why is Chrome sending me to the Google homepage when I try to search? One of the answers mentions the chrome ”instant search” as a possible culprit. Might be worth a try.


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This functionality now exists in Chrome and has since version 24 or earlier. - So no need for extensions (any more) Left-click the first tab in the window you want to merge, then hold the shift key and left-click the right most tab. All of the selected tabs for the current window can now be dragged and dropped as as group on another Chrome window.


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I'm in pretty much the same position (one Google account for Analytics and Webmaster Tools and another for my personal Google Apps) and unfortunately the only solution I can suggest is to use a different browser for one of the tasks. I use Chrome for my regular browsing and then pop open IE when I need to access Analytics under my other account. It's not ...


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You can try some automated IFTTT recipe with https://ifttt.com/ to avoid manual download


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It´s very easy! Just right click on the google doodle -> save picture. Then choose "gif image" and you can play it in a picture show program like "photos" in Windows 8!


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See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6301114/how-pref-cookie-google-com-appears-in-firefox. The answers by Bacon, Ian, and pm1 are correct as of Firefox 30.0. There is an additional consideration for users of Firefox extension Biscuit. If you have Firefox extension Biscuit (as of v2.4.2) installed, Google's safebrowsing PREF cookie normally can't be ...


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Had the same SSL/HSTS problem on all computers and phones connected to WiFi today. after checking the computer date and resetting the modem and router, I contacted Suddenlink and found out we had exceeded the monthly usage allowance of 250G. We started using Chromecast a little over a month ago, so I'm betting that's the issue. The CSR gave me this link: ...


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Append /ncr to the URL - www.google.co.uk/ncr You will subsequently get results from the UK domain. In Chrome, right click on the text box within the Google UK homepage and choose "Add as search engine.." and complete the suggested directions. You can then type your search keyword directly in the address bar and the results will be served by Google UK.


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It appears you got infected with some sort of browser hijacker I suggest you to download and scan your pc with malware bytes


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Somebody is inferring with your SSL connection. This might be: Doing SSL interception for security reasons. This is often done in companies. You are behind some capture portal, which intercepts connections for unauthorized users to ask them to login or accept the side policy or similar things. Somebody is trying a man-in-the-middle attack. This might also ...



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