Google in Explorer vs Chrone

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Why does the same search (Karaoke Machine Reviews) made ​​in broser Internet Explorer and goggle Chrome give very different results. Both in google.com?

Explorer = pag 4 position 7
Chrome = pag 9 position 4

which the engine more reliable?
#chrone #explorer #google
  • Profile picture of the author guzie
    I hope you are writing about google chrome and not Chrone of Chone...right?

    BTW your results can be skewed by your own visits. You must clear you cookies when checking your own results.

    Paul
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    • Profile picture of the author pedropt
      Originally Posted by guzie View Post

      I hope you are writing about google chrome and not Chrone of Chone...right?

      BTW your results can be skewed by your own visits. You must clear you cookies when checking your own results.

      Paul
      Yes, sorry!
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  • Profile picture of the author vivaarturo
    ensure you are not logged in to any google services
    clear all cookies as Guzie says

    that should sort you out

    cheers
    Arturo
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  • Profile picture of the author pedropt
    I deleted the Cokies but the results remain the same.

    The only difference is that the Internet explorer is in English and chrome is in Portuguese, but both are google.com NOT google.pt
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  • Profile picture of the author Neil Morgan
    I don't know this for sure but since Chrome is produced by Google, it wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if it was sending home WAY more data than other browsers.

    If you think about it, why else would Google be in the browser business if there wasn't some advantage to their bottom line?

    If they wanted to, they could know every search you did, every page you visited, every link you clicked, every image or video you viewed, every ad you've seen, every ad you've clicked - actually, anything they want, and all because they wrote (or customized) their browser to do it.

    Cheers,

    Neil
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  • Profile picture of the author indolesman
    Login and disable web history, staying logged out doesnt help anymore.
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    • Profile picture of the author AUKev
      Logout of any Google services (gmail, aswords, adsense or analytics) BEFORE clearing your cookies and deleting your web history.

      If you delete before logging out, active cookies can remain. That should clear it up.

      In fact I have actually gotten 3 different result sets searching the same term in Chrome, FireFox and IE.
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  • Profile picture of the author pedropt
    I'm out (logout) of everything that is google and also deleted history when I deleted the Cokies.

    Perhaps, like Neil Morgan says, google adapts the search to my preferences, or perhaps make a difference between English (explorer) and Portuguese (chrome) even though both are google.com
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