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How to Avoid Google.com Redirects When You’re Outside the U.S.

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If you live outside the US, when you visit google.com, you’re likely to be redirected to a localized version of Google, complete with a different domain extension and (often) non-English results. Here’s how you can avoid that redirection. 1. Visit google.com/?gws_rd=ssl instead of google.com to head straight to the standardized version of Google. Bookmark this modified URL or use an auto-expander to type it in quickly with a keyword of your choice. Or how about setting google.com/?gws_rd=ssl as your browser’s home page? Of course, you can click on the Use Google.com link at the bottom right of the localized Google homepage to go…

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