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What Google autocomplete recommends in Britain, the US, India, Hong Kong & Nigeria, from A-Z

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Google search’s “autocomplete” function fills in the search box after the user types just a single character. The search results – even those after entering just “a” or “b” – are influenced in large part by what other users in your geographic area are looking for, according to Mark Paskin, a software engineer on Google’s search team.

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