How to get pregnant, remove dark circles & Linux, and install window xp? Funny Google Auto Suggestion

It was quite amusing to see Auto Suggestion in Google Search last week when i was trying to remove one of Linux Operating System from my home computer. I had multiple operating systems installed,  i wanted to make sure that i am not hurting other operating systems in order to remove  one linux. So my purpose was to type How to remove Linux on Google Search and see if i get some relevant information, but it was an amusing observation which i had, which later turned in to the Title of this Article. Enjoy…

I was searching for How to remove Linux on Google Search.

After typing How to, the top most link which Google gave me was

How to get pregnant

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After typing How to remove, the top most link which Google gave me was

How to remove dark circles

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After typing How to remove linux, the top most link which Google gave me was

How to remove linux and install windows xp

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If you are a geek and understand the rivalry between Linux and Windows, you will appreciate that that a search for how to remove linux also asks you install windows xp, and this link is from Microsoft.

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2 Thoughts on “How to get pregnant, remove dark circles & Linux, and install window xp? Funny Google Auto Suggestion

  1. Google Suggest is also specific to where your ISPs server are located (http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/03/local-flavor-for-google-suggest.html), and that they call it Local flavor for Google Suggest.
    .-= Vasanth Kumararajan´s last blog ..Tamper Proof Query String (written in C#) =-.

  2. How ever this link from google support says something else
    http://www.zenversion.com/google/suggest_faq/

    More about Google Suggest

    As you type, Google Suggest communicates with Google and comes back with the suggestions we show. If you’re signed in to your Google Account and have Web History enabled, suggestions are drawn from searches you’ve done, searches done by users all over the world, sites in our search index, and ads in our advertising network. If you’re not signed in to your Google Account, no history-based suggestions are displayed. Data you send to Google is protected by Google’s privacy policy.
    .-= Yogesh´s last blog ..Can you spot the difference? =-.

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