Fix Google Web Search

Remove AI results and other fluff from your Google search! Adds udm=14 to the search params of a new Google search, changing to the "Web" tab.

Author
ZenithO-o
Daily installs
2
Total installs
197
Ratings
1 1 0
Version
2024-05-26
Created
2024-05-21
Updated
2024-05-27
License
MIT
Applies to

Fix Google Web Search

Description

This userscript removes AI results and other unwanted content from Google web searches by adding the udm=14 parameter to the search URL. This parameter switches the search to the "Web" tab, which displays only traditional web page results.

Features

  • Adds udm=14 to the search parameters of a new Google search, switching to the "Web" tab.
  • Updates all other href^="/search" links on the page to include a udm parameter.
  • Works on all Google Top Level Domains (.com, .co.uk, .ru, etc.).

Installation

  1. Install a userscript manager extension like Greasemonkey (Firefox), Userscripts (Safari), Tampermonkey (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari), or Violentmonkey (Chrome, Firefox, Edge).
  2. Copy the userscript code from the provided source file (script.user.js).
  3. Follow your exension's instructions in creating/using a new userscript.
  4. Save the userscript and enable it.

Other Sources for Installation

GreasyFork

OpenUserJS

Usage

Once installed and enabled, the userscript will automatically do the described functionality. No extra steps required!

Personal notes

  • This readme took longer to write than the code lol
  • Sorry you had to read all the @match params. Would have used @include for proper matching, but apparently Manifest V3 makes it weird or something, idk. Spent 3 minutes looking it up.