One of the many qualms of technology is the fact that there may be an issue that never gets resolved. This sometimes happens with larger companies where the amount of users outweighs the amount of support personal available to solve these issues. It can be a very frustrating experience. You can go about searching for answers but some community forums are as useful as sour milk.
Luckily though there is always an answer that someone will come across and share.
Google Search has recently been redirecting many users to Google Germany (google.de) this has cause widespread frustration and millions of search queries like “how to fix google defaulting to german” we got complaints from our users if we were having server problems? We couldn’t seem to figure out what the issue was? It was even redirecting YouTube to YouTube.de….strange.
The fix is pretty simple and one that was found on a google forum posted by a community member. Just type in google.com/ncr and you should be taken to the standard U.S. version of google search.
No need to thank us. Thank the folks who found the solution to this.
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