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On a desktop computer, whenever we use Google search, we get results of nearby locations only.

  • Is it possible to get more search results of other locations?
  • If yes, what I need to do in my desktop computer?
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If you scroll to the bottom of any Google search page, you'll see your location.

To search from another location you can use the following URL: http://isearchfrom.com/

In that page, you can specify the country, language, city and other location parameters. Then, enter your search text and hit the search button. A new page will be opened in Google with your desired location parameters.

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You can increase the number of non-local results following these steps:

  • Eliminate all browser add-on toolbars -- most are advertising gimmicks to redirect your search.
  • Delete all cookies, either using the browser or third-party tool such as CCleaner.
  • Forbid use of location data by applications. This is OS dependent, for example, as in Windows 10 or Mac OS.
  • Use a search service that does not track you, e.g. DuckDuckGo.
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