When I browse to google.com I get a bar at the bottom saying "United Kingdom" and another saying "Advertising" "Business", "How Search Works", "Privacy", "Terms", "Settings". How can I avoid seeing these two bars? At the moment I get them using both Firefox and Internet Explorer.

In response to @Ruben's comments: in order to investigate the above-mentioned research question I made enquiries using websearch engines supplied by a number of companies including DuckDuckGo and Alphabet (owner of the "Google" brand), but to no avail. I hope this information makes it easier for readers to assist with answering the research question regarding how to avoid seeing the referenced bottom bars when browsing to the referenced webpage.

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    Please add a brief description of your search/research efforts as is suggested in How to Ask. – Rubén May 22 '20 at 0:25
  • Just like @Rubén said. In any case, you could use some custom css or an adblocker. – marikamitsos May 22 '20 at 5:06
  • @marikamitsos - An adblocker wouldn't work, and there must be an easier way than writing some custom CSS in order to prevent annoying bars referencing a monarchy and commercial conditioning activities from showing up at the bottom of one particular webpage. – ruffle May 22 '20 at 12:48

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