30 October, 2017
And you would get the details of the country you had types in the address bar.
Google further stated,"It's important to note that while this update will change the way Google Search and Maps services are labeled, it won't affect the way these products work, nor will it change how we handle obligations under the national law".
Whether you use Google as a default search engine on your Windows PC or Windows phone or use the Google Search app, the results will be localised.
With this new Google Search and Maps update, the company is expecting that all users' experience with the services will be much improved. Before now, users could navigate to a different country's Google domain, like google.co.jp for Japan or www.google.com.au for Australia, and in turn get search results specific to that location.
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Lighthizer said he had no evidence that either Mexico or Canada is willing to "rebalance" this situation. Officials want to avoid tying the hands of their central banks when setting monetary policy, they said.
Country services used to be distinguished by the country code top-level domain names (ccTLD) such as google.fr for France or google.com.uk for England. You'll know the location Google recognizes by looking at the lower left-hand corner of the page, as you can see above.
How to change Google Search country service?
This will switch automatically depending on the country you are in, and will switch back once you go home.
Scroll down to find Settings at the bottom of the page. Google added that the country of service would no longer be indicated by the country code top-level domain name (ccTLD) such as google.co.uk for the United Kingdom, google.com.br for Brazil and much more. Simply go to Settings and look for the drop-down menu marked "Regions for Search Results" to set the location you want. By going to settings and then "search settings", you'll be able to pick a new location.