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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 240607 16-Sep-2018 16:49
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Hi Guys, my google chrome browser has updated over the last two days, when searching and only wanted to find search  results in NZ used to be able to select tools then search only in NZ, how do i get this option back? the whole settings look different now cheers


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  Reply # 2091614 16-Sep-2018 18:20
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Ive always searched with a site extension (not as guaranteed).  e.g. add "site:nz" to your search.  Will only include websites that end .nz

 

And taking a look you can still do a region search under settings from within Google.  Is that what you meant?




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  Reply # 2091651 16-Sep-2018 19:16
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nzkc:

Ive always searched with a site extension (not as guaranteed).  e.g. add "site:nz" to your search.  Will only include websites that end .nz


And taking a look you can still do a region search under settings from within Google.  Is that what you meant?




I have google.nz as default home page . I can see it on iPad but not new version of chrome on windows ten lap top. Here’s what I mean sorry bad explanation I no longer see country option only time and all results?.


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