Explore Search Results with disabled Google SearchWiki

Google has recently launched SearchWiki that lets you customize the search results. Apparently, Google has removed the feature as of now. However, if you want to disable this feature, you can install a Greasemonkey extension on Firefox, restart the browser and the add the No SearchWiki script. The script also works in Opera, which has built-in […]

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Google has recently launched SearchWiki that lets you customize the search results. Apparently, Google has removed the feature as of now. However, if you want to disable this feature, you can install a Greasemonkey extension on Firefox, restart the browser and the add the No SearchWiki script. The script also works in Opera, which has built-in support for userscripts. Just go to Tools->Preferences->Advanced->Content->JavaScript Options, choose a folder in the "User JavaScript files" box and then save the script in that folder.

Note that the script doesn't disable the SearchWiki interface for the results you've already promoted so you can restore their default position and you can still see the removed results at the bottom of the page. To undo your changes, you can use My SearchWiki Notes page.

Source:→ Google System

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