Google Chrome utilises ‘personalised search’ which means that your search results are based on relevent sites that you have selected from previous searches. If you would prefer to have full control over your searches using Google Chrome you can remove the ‘personalised search’ function…..
First thing you want to do is click the wrench icon on the Google Chrome toolbar and select options, when the dialog box pops up, select the manage button next to search engine listings
When the list of search engine pops up choose Google, you’ll see there are three values listed the third one is the one you’re concerned with copy and paste it to your favorite text editor
You should have a text line that looks like this
That’s the code that google uses to form your search query. To turn off personalized search you need to add the following parameter on to the end
close one dialog box and click “add” a new box will pop up, name your new search engine differently than any of the others (the checkbox will turn green when you do) and paste the code with the [&pws=0] on the end into the bottom box
I prefer all of my searches to be non personalized so I made it my default, but that’s up to you. Execute a search and check for the [&pws=0] parameter and you’re good to go.