Google has by default always offered 10 search results per page, forcing you to jump to the next page to view the next 10. Thankfully it’s not something you have to tolerate, there is actually a way in which you can make Google list up to 100 search results per page. The best part is you can even do it from any smartphone or tablet’s web browser.
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As Google is the number one search engine and Chrome the number one browser, there is a pretty good chance you use one or the other, if not both. When you search for something using Google, you probably try to avoid using anything outside the first page, for relevance and out of laziness. From now on though, you won’t have worry about having only 10 items per page, you can expand it with a small tweak, allowing you to see up to 100 results per page, on your smartphone, tablet, and computer.
How to Force Google to Show More Search Results Per Page From Your Web Browser.
To set this up on your computer’s web browser, go to google.com, in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen you will see the Settings option, click this.
From the new page check the box that says Never show instant results under the Google instant predictions heading. You will now be able to set it to anything you would like between 10 and 100 results per page. Make sure you Save your settings before exiting.
How to Force Google to Show More Search Results Per Page From Your Mobile Device.
The method for mobile devices is a little more complicated than simply locating the settings tab. It’s still easy enough though and the process is very similar on all mobile web browsers, Firefox, Chrome and Edge.
To start, you will need to open your mobile browser and tap the three dots in the top right-hand corner to find the Settings menu. Here choose the option to view desktop versions of websites. (You may have to go into a second menu on some browsers but all will have the option close by)
Now that google.com is displaying the full desktop version, follow the same method as you did to enable it on your computer's web browser. Go to Settings in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, on the new page check the box that says Never show instant results under the Google instant predictions heading. You will now be able to set it to anything you would like between 10 and 100 results per page. Make sure you Save your settings before exiting.
With your changes saved you can now backtrack through the settings menu and set your mobile web browser back to normal, disabling View desktop versions of websites. With everything changed back to normal, Google will still show you a list of results between 10 and 100 or whatever figure you set when you made the changes. Just remember that the more results you want to display per page will make the search speeds somewhat slower. Plus the likelihood of you going past 20 or 30 is super low.