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How do I get my Google back?


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ding dong

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I got this now since an upgrade.

I dont like it.

I want to click on my Google icon on my desktop and go straight to Google search.

I dont want all thee options.

I have to click once to get into this page and then click again to get to Google search.

How can I change it so that from clicking on my Google desktop icon straight into search?

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Djoni Filho

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Good morning, ding dong :thumbsup:

Believe me, I do not like. Type chrome://chrome/settings/ in navigation bar (where you enter the site) and press enter. On startup, choose Open a specific page or set of pages. Then click configure pages. Enter the Google page and press ok.

Close your browser and reopen it.

I'm Waiting. Hugs. :popcorn:
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ding dong

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Fixed already by mucking around - yeah it was in settings and "set the page" to what i wanted - that other page was annoying - thanks heaps - no hugs but will blow a kiss.
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yep...it might be better to drop the hugs... :whistling:
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