Yes, every time you type Google.com on your address-bar, your browser automatically redirects you to the default Google domain reserved for your country like http://www.google.co.uk/ etc. Infact many of us are so much used to it that we don't know that Google.com actually exists or not. Well still there is a way to go to Google.com via your browser and the trick it very much simple. Just add the word NCR after your URL. It will stop Google from redirecting your browser to the default reserved Google domain for your country.
Simply click or type http://www.google.com/ncr in your browser address bar. You will see Google.com without any further redirection. NCR stands for No Country Redirection. Just in case Google redirects you any other country then Google may be detecting your IP wrong. In such case Google recommend to inform this issue immediately so that they may update your IP address as soon as possible. You may report such problem here.
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