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I’m trying to save all the URLs of my website that are indexed in Google, so I want to increase the displayed search results to more than 100.

Is it possible? And if yes, how?

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migrated from superuser.com Jan 11 '13 at 8:06

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There is no direct method to do this (as far as I know), but you can do this by simply Enabling Infinite Scroll on the results page, this is possible in multiple ways.

  1. (Only for Chrome) Install gInfinity form the Chrome Web Store, it will enable Infinite Scroll on Google Search results.

  2. (Only for Firefox) Install FastestFox for Firefox it will enable infinite google search results

  3. (Cross Browser) There is a script available here, its called GoogleMonkeyR, You can install this script with extension like GreaseMonkey for Firefox and TamperMonkey for Chrome. There would be more possible extensions for other browsers.

I hope this helps!

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go to Preference Page Of Google

and set results per page to what you want

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thanks for your reply, but i wanted to display the search results listings more than 100 per page, is that possible? – user31736 Jan 11 '13 at 8:59
@Arun if you register your web apps account with the same OpenID you used on Super User you'll regain ownership of the question. – ChrisF Jan 11 '13 at 9:03

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