Gilles Gravier wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
>>> I went to Google and put in open office and there was a list of many
>>> places to d/l what I wanted. But it is all now been taken over by a
>>> company that takes Money from you and then lets you d/l O-O.
>> the correct site, is first in Google. It looks like you have adware on
>> your Windows machine that is redirecting your searches.
>> Matt Flaschen
> It could also be that his web browser isn't configured first for English
> pages... or that his Google is configured for a different country and
> attempts at presenting "local" results first. I regularly have something
> similar when I forget to tell Google that despite the fact that my
> connection is in France, I want ENGLISH results... Setting Google to
> English in the Google preferences (link at the bottom of Google.com's
> main page) places a cookie to that effect... and tends to make results
> more coherent with what the rest of us may see...
> But the chances that some adware has changed his default search engine
> aren't nil either. Karl, when you get the strange search results... is
> it from Google's page that you get them? Or from a different search engine?
Just checked and if I put in google "open office" I get strange
results. If I change to "openoffice.org" then it brings up the right list.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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