Using Chrome 85+, I cannot find the suggested flags but there is a new one that does the trick. To disable doodles with a regular Google log in as new tab page, open chrome://flags and set
"Use the WebUI new tab page when opening a new tab": Enabled
The first thing that you should have in mind is that Google terms of services doesn't allow to do automated search queries. If you really need to do automated searches, then you should use another service, specially if you are looking to this for a long time and "hassle" free.
The above because despite if the user repeatedly do searches ...
Go to google my business
Find your store
If said store is claimed, request ownership
wait 7 days
If appeal is neglected, ask for approval. Google will provide a form as authentication for your store
The idea - that it is too expensive for Google to present an accurate accounting of the number of search results on every page except the last one - is ridiculous on its face.
The idea that they are being lazy on the first several pages but then only on the last one give you the real number of search results, that doesn't make any sense. How would it know ...
This solution works fine on a mac. It's much easier to do if you have a keyboard with numpad.
Enable Alternate Control Methods for your Mac
System preferences >> Accessibility >> Alternate Control Methods. You can configure it to be enabled/disabled with 5 option taps. Alternatively you can also control the cursor with head movements or perform ...