How to Show 100 Results Per Page in Google Search?

When searching for something on Google, you can only see 10 results per page. Showing more than 10 results per page in Google search can be a great way to quickly access a large amount of information. It can be especially useful when researching a topic or trying to find a specific website. This post will introduce you to 2 ways to force Google to show more than 10 results per page.

Modify the Number of Results in the Search Setting

Google search setting has the option to allow users to adjust how many results to show per page.

Note: Google is testing the infinitive scrolling on the search result page, which voids this setting. You need to disable the Continuous Scrolling option in order for this setting to be shown and get affected.

  • Access Google search settings at https://www.google.com/preferences.
  • Disable Continuous Scrolling if you turned it on. Save the preference then reload the setting page.
  • Adjust the slider “Results per page” to 100.
  • Next, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the page. This will save your settings and the next time you search, you should see 100 results per page.

Use Query Parameter

Another way to increase the number of results displayed is to add the “&num=100” parameter to the end of your search query. For example, if you wanted to search for “how to show 100 results per page in Google search”, you would enter “how to show 100 results per page in Google search&num=100”. This will instruct Google to show 100 results for your search query.

When you search for a term (i.e. “tl dev tech”), you will see the URL of the search page like this https://www.google.com/search?q=tl%20dev%20tech.

To show more results for that term, we can attach the “num=100” at the end of the URL. It becomes https://www.google.com/search?q=tl%20dev%20tech&num=100.

It’s important to note that this method only works if you are using the standard Google search, and not any of the other search engines such as Bing or Yahoo.

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