sábado, 12 de marzo de 2011

Google a button to block those results we do not want to reappear in future searches


The company headed by Eric Schmidt introduced a new tool for your browser that will block sites that do not want to re-appear on our lists of results.

Fingerprint - Control to lock pages in Google searches

Usual, and many of us we will have passed when we are doing an operation with this search engine, which appear as results pages that have nothing to do with what we want, including some to which we are never going to be interested in entering. As clarified in the company blog: pages that can have low-quality content, offensive or pornographic.

For this is that included in Google a button to block those results we do not want to reappear in future searches. One performs the search and when you return to the home page, see this option: "block all results." Is confirmed and ready.

Keep in mind that this blockade is for the previous search has been done and will begin to be operational from the next search. Of course, this block does not have to be for life. If at any time the user decides to include some pages that have previously blocked, you can. There is an option that will appear in the pages can be blocked and that all the details of the blocked sites, and even unlock them.

For now, this tool is only available in the browser version in English, although it is assumed that in the short term will be available in other languages, and Castilian. As for the versions of the browser in which you can use this option are from Google Chrome 9, IE8 and Firefox 3.5.

Source: MASTERMAGAZINE


16 comentarios:

Erika dijo...

What a neat little tool....

Followed.

Freek dijo...

Time will tell how useful this is.

Reviews! dijo...

Hopefully it shows useful and catches on with mainstream society.

viljami.korianteri dijo...

Might be useful

Tyr dijo...

Finally, sometimes it's really annoying getting porn sites looking for gardening tools

SH-Steel dijo...

could be useful

Kyle Shankin dijo...

Ah, very nifty little bit of advice!

Nick dijo...

Nice info!

Kamchatka dijo...

That could definitely come in handy! Thanks for the post!

Ars Mobilica dijo...

I used an extension for this, but now its a basic feature, awesome! :D

JaksonHunt dijo...

I'm gonna give this a try, thankyou :)

Andre dijo...

Google is too smart... their going ot take over the world
The Nostalgia Corner.

Matt Neumann dijo...

Cool tool! Like the blog and im following for mor eupdates:)

Kim Anders dijo...

is really usefull!!

chronometer dijo...

Im so looking forward to that

Saul dijo...

I can see how this would be helpful