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By default, when you search for something on Google, the site displays 10 results per page. If you’d like to see more results, you can increase the results count from a settings option on Google. We’ll show you how.

Note: As of this writing in October 2021, you can only increase the per page result count on Google Search for desktop. You can’t yet do this on mobile.

Increase the Number of Results per Page on Google Search

To view more search results without having to click the next page number on Google Search on your Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chromebook computer, first, open a web browser on your computer and access the Google site.

At the bottom-right corner of the Google site, click “Settings.”

From the menu that opens, select “Search Settings.”

Select "Search Settings" from the "Settings" menu.

On the “Search Settings” page, from the left sidebar, select “Search Results.”

On the right pane, you will see a “Results Per Page” slider. To increase the number of results per page, drag this slider to the right. Beneath the slider, you will see the number of search results you can enable on Google.

Your options are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 100.

Note: Google warns that your searches will be slower if you choose to display more results per page.

Drag the "Results Per Page" slider.

Save your changes by scrolling down the page, and at the bottom, clicking “Save.”

In the prompt that says “Your Preferences Have Been Saved,” click “OK.”

And that’s all. You will now see your selected number of search results per page on Google Search on desktop. If you ever want to modify this option, you can head into the same menu and choose a new number.

Have you tried Google Search’s dark mode yet? It’s worth giving it a shot if you like to keep your apps dark.

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