Google has a habit of making bugs worse.
Google has had several bugs that have made its search engine useless, with a few being even worse than the original issue.
Here’s what to do if you find yourself searching for something that is not what you think it is.1.
Check for “Google has a bug” in the search resultsIf you see a “Google says it has a problem” or similar phrase in your search results, then the issue may be related to the search engine.
If this happens, you can use the Google Webmaster Tools to search for it and see if it can be fixed.2.
Look for a Google bug in your own browserIt is possible that the bug is the result of a user setting the page title to something else, such as “Google search issues” or “Google doesn’t seem to have a problem”.
If you can find a similar error in the user interface or in the results of the search, then you can fix it.3.
Fix the problem yourselfGoogle has been known to fix bugs before.
If the bug you are having is not visible, it could be a Google issue.
If you see the same bug in multiple browser versions, check for the latest versions in your browser.4.
Report it to GoogleFor this to work, Google will have to have noticed and reported it to them.
Google also has a process for reporting bugs.
If your bug appears in the “bug” section of the Google bug tracker, then report it to the Google team by using the report a bug link.
This will help Google fix the problem, so that they can fix their own bugs as well.5.
Contact GoogleIf you do not find any of the above fixes in your web browser, it may be possible that you need to use a third-party search engine, such a Bing, or Google to find the problem.
It is also possible that your problem is caused by an issue with your computer.