Disable Google.com From Redirecting To Local Country Google Domain

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Disable Google.com From Redirecting To Local Country Google Domain

Google Web Search is customized for a number of countries and regions across the world. For example, Google.co.in provides search results that are most relevant for users in India; Google.co.uk is the Google domain for United Kingdom.Google try to direct users to the site that will give them the most relevant results.

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 and In China Google.com redirects to Google.cn, Similarly it redirects in other countries.In the below picture "Image-1" show browser before redirecting,"Image-2" shows browser after redirecting.

How to disable this redirection and use Google.com for search queries?
  This does not involve any software or plugin install. Just type www.google.com/ncr instead of just typing www.google.com in the address bar, where ncr stands for “No Country Redirect”. Next time you type Google.com it won’t get redirected to your country google domain.This information is stored in cookie and you can turn ON the redirection again by deleting internet files and cookies.