You Haven't Lost Your Marbles, Google Search Results DO Look Different

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PCWolf

Not bothered by this Google change. Still not going to use Bing.

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bjoswald

Now this totally deserved an article.

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Upyourbucket

I think it does. It brings us all together to share our thoughts on how horrid it looks.

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vrmlbasic

Google just keeps screwing up its UI. Their recent changes to Google Maps (the website) have been so heinous that I've actually started using Bing Maps.

Google's UI creators seem to be drinking from the same well as the "geniuses" who brought us Metro.

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Upyourbucket

I don't like the new look.

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Sir Hobbes3

Hmm, I really hadn't noticed because I use Bing. Lawl!

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draconis123

Google already ruined my "new tab" page in chrome making me switch to firefox. Now they are messing with this. Honestly getting tired of this crap.

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Nixon

Ohh, I thought I had somehow accidentally zoomed into the page a little.

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Dorito Bandit

Yeah, I thought I had mucked something up. Personally, it looks VERY ugly to me. Looks like something from 1995!

Damn sure hope they'll change it back to the way it was.

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PCWolf

Don't hold your breath. Google is known for not changing anything back. The merging of Google+ & Youtube & all the hate they got over it is a good example of that.

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Alpha-Zulu

This is a stupid change. If it ain't broke don't fix it. Or at least give us the option to view the results in the "old style". IMDB did the same thing a while back and changed the interface, the good news is that you could create an account and keep the "old style" interface.

This is dumb. I'm not blind and I liked how it was before.

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LatiosXT

As long as it remains functional and doesn't make my eyes bleed, I could care less what they do.

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wolfing

I didn't notice the change in fonts, I did notice they now have a little 'Ad' image before the title for ads, which is easier to see and notice than before.

Not an issue for me but I know some people are OCD and any change however minor (or beneficial) is cause for rabble rabble

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MaximumMike

Funny how its a big deal, but changes like this have been known to kill a website. Personally, I'm so used to Google mucking around with the whole page that I could care less.