Disable Google redirect to local country Google domain


Google.com redirects to local Google country specific domain, depending on the country you are located. For example in India Google.com redirects to Google.co.in – in China Google.con redirects to Google.cn – similarly it redirects in other countries. Do you want to disable this redirection and use Google.com for search queries?


Well, this does not involve any software or plugin install. Instead of using Google.com use www.google.com/ncr (where ncr stands for No Country Redirect) to disable redirect to country specific Google domain. This information is stored in cookie and you can turn ON the redirection again by deleting internet files and cookies. source



  1. Simpler solution: type duckduckgo.com into your address bar. You’ll never again have to put up with the crapfest that is Google’s advertising-driven search engine that thinks it knows better than you do what it is you want to search for.

  2. Janet Brazil says:

    I need help, for a week now I have been trying to get Google back, somehow I lost my tool bar, my favorites and search method, I have nothing pretty much, can someone tell me how to get it all back? Desperate!

  3. Thank you, i dont know why google doing this redirect sht… verry annoying , anyway thank you for the post

  4. Thanks!

  5. excellent!

  6. thanks!! the redirect was very annoying

  7. aah thanks


  9. This works too:

  10. Awesome, thanks man! :D

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