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No Instant Search Blacklist in Chrome 7

Google chrome 7.0.541

Google is inching towards its next fully loaded Chrome 7 first public beta in few days down the line. From the day one, we have been updating our users about the every movement of Chrome 7 and some of its amazing features.

Recently we saw Google Instant search is being integrated in Chrome 7 with other great features like GUPΒ Acceleration, HTML5 etc. When we come to web version of Instant search, yesterday a huge list of keyword has been published on net by 2600.com which have been blacklisted by Google.

Many words like i hate, naughty, are, pamela Anderson have got blacklisted on web version of Google Instant search! But there are many words which had to be blacklisted long back by Google and currently been done.

Google chrome 7 instant search blacklist

Still! There is some good news for Google Instant Search lovers. Current nightly build version 7.0.541.0 is working opposite to web version of Instant Search. More than 500 keywords blocked by Google in Instant Search is openly available through Chrome’s integrated search feature.

So its clear. By using latest Chrome build, user can avail the full advantage of Google Instant Search just by typing these keyword in URL bar. Well these words still can be viewed by pressing enter button in web version of Google!

To avail fully fledged Instant search download latest nightly build and follow the steps to enable Google Instant Search in Chrome. Well we may expect these keyword will be blocked in final beta or at least in next nightly build πŸ™‚

Do you like these words to be blocked in final Chrome 7 release? Share your thoughts πŸ™‚

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21 thoughts on “No Instant Search Blacklist in Chrome 7”

  1. Tanmay says:

    Nice share. Thanks a lot

  2. Justin Germino says:

    I think Chrome itself should have the option for "safe search" that Google search has when you set it, or it should allow you to turn blacklist on and off by option.

    1. Vinay Gowda says:

      Well as of now Google has not integrated this feature πŸ™‚ I agree with you Justin. But Chrome is a naked browser and allows user to take decision on many features πŸ™‚

      What you think about it? Thanks for the comment πŸ™‚

      1. Justin Germino says:

        Chrome 7 is noticeably faster at some sites like Hootsuite. I have used Chrome in general as my exclusive browser for several months and only open Firefox once in a while anymore.

        1. Vinay Gowda says:

          I agree with you buddy πŸ™‚ Many says FF is faster. But from the day 1 I am using Chrome πŸ™‚ Seen lot of updates and changes.

          Thanks for sharing your thoughts again Justin πŸ™‚

        2. Mani Viswanathan says:

          I agree with you on this Justin.

  3. Sathish @ TechieMani says:

    Well, it seems Google is playing some kinda trick here to get more users using Google Chrome. But I am not sure whether they will achieve any success from this.

    1. Shekar says:

      I think they are really working hard for their browser.
      Google Chrome Ads alo Appear in Indian Newspapers some days ago..

      They are really trying hard it. Don't you think ?

      1. Sathish @ TechieMani says:

        Yup, They are working hard on promoting their web browser. But I am not sure whether they can achieve that, since it is really hard to beat IE and FF.

      2. Vinay Gowda says:

        Shekar: Google has got very good response for its never ending hard work. Thanks for the comment buddy πŸ™‚ Nice to see you here.

    2. Vinay Gowda says:

      Sathish: I agree that Google has started new way of promoting its products. But if we look at browser stats, its crystal clear that IE and FF is going down as Chrome getting great response.

  4. Sahil Kotak says:

    Seems, they can't find another way to promote there browser. πŸ˜‰

    1. Vinay Gowda says:

      IE is promoting through giving ads and having a big release party. Google din't do any mistake by placing a ad in Newspaper Sahil.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts πŸ™‚

      1. Sahil Kotak says:

        Yes, that's true. And IE also have improved it's technology in IE9.

        1. Vinay Gowda says:

          Sahil you think IE9 has enough features to fight against Firefox and Chrome?

  5. Mad Geek @beingPC says:

    That's a nice way of promotion

    1. Vinay Gowda says:

      Thanks for sharing your view buddy πŸ™‚ Nice to see you here πŸ™‚

  6. Peter J says:

    Another attempt to protect users – Googles just out there to entice more people over to its browser. All for the win firefox!

    1. Vinay Gowda says:

      Google's hard work never went for failure Peter. According to me, Chrome has everything to beat FF and IE. But it may take sometime. What you say about this?

      Glad to see you here πŸ™‚

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