Google Search SafeSearch guarantees that do not see explicit content in your search results. If you want to include such content, you must first disable SafeSearch. We’ll show you how to do it on desktop computers and mobile devices.
You just have to disable SafeSearch on one of the devices you are signed in to. Those settings sync across all your Google devices.
Note: If your Google account is administered by your parent or guardian , you will have to disable SafeSearch. You cannot do that by yourself.
To disable the SafeSearch filter from Google Search on your Windows, Mac, Linux or Chromebook computer, first open a web browser on your computer and visit the Google search .
In the lower right corner of the Google site, click on “Settings”.
In the “Settings” menu, select “Search Settings”.
You will arrive at a “Search Settings” page. Here, in the “SafeSearch Filters” section, uncheck the “Enable SafeSearch” option.
Save your changes by scrolling down the page and clicking “Save” at the bottom.
The message “Your preferences have been saved” will appear. Click OK. »
And that is. In the future, Google will include all types of results in its searches, including those that contain explicit content.
To disable SafeSearch on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, open a web browser on your phone and launch the site of Google .
At the bottom of the Google site, tap ‘Settings’.
In the menu that opens, tap ‘Search settings’.
On the “Search Settings” page, in the “SafeSearch Filters” section, enable the “Show explicit results” option.
Scroll down the page and at the bottom tap “Save.”
You will see the message “Your preferences have been saved.” Touch “OK” on this message.
Google SafeSearch is now disabled.
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