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4/8/09
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CourtneyT

I would like to remove iGoogle and make my homepage regular Google.

I signed into iGoogle yesterday but decided that I didn't like it. I would like to remove it as my homepage (and remove all traces that I had an iGoogle page), but I keep getting redirected there.Thanks!
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tablo
4/9/09
tablo
Click "Classic Home" in top right. It should show "classic home".
tarakk
6/14/09
tarakk
Doesn't exactly answer the question - how do we remove - uninstal iGoogle?
Kaleh
6/14/09
Kaleh
@tarakk

To answer the second part of the question, you can remove any personalization to the iGoogle page by using "Reset signed-in preferences."

http://www.google.com/support/websearch/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=69569

To reset your iGoogle page, follow these steps:

  1. Visit http://www.google.com/ig/resetprefs.html.
  2. Click Reset signed-in preferences. (You have to be signed in to complete this step.)

Thomas P. - Top Contributor
6/14/09
Thomas P. - Top Contributor
Thomas P. - Top Contributor
6/14/09
Thomas P. - Top Contributor
Looking at the HTML, It looks like ... you got to be joking...
worst is probably the invalid HTML by any standard: ex. ...<table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2 border=0 width=100%<tr><tr> ... )
 
Does it render differently to any of you ?
- and "Force Gadget Undelete" is out of context !?! 
 
 
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geodona
9/12/12
geodona
 There is no "classic google" on the top right. So much bull shit because of some geek assholes who have no business ideas so they just screw around with programs to earn their keep. Fire the bastards.
 
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