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Google is changing the search method on its engine

Google has introduced a useful feature for users that is a domain-changing feature that enables them to search on Google, provided that search results are more detailed to a particular country by typing a Google URL with the country code such as in Egypt or www. in the United States.

But Google recently announced that it will stop this feature by changing this search method to be the results according to the user’s location and regardless of the range used.

Google said on its blog that when you search on Google, we aim to provide the most useful results of the search query and today about one in every five searches on Google is linked to the site so providing locally relevant search results is an essential part of the most accurate information service regardless For the range used.

However, you can still use Google to search in some other countries by changing your browser settings and changing your location to the country you want your search results to be more detailed.

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