More than 100 countries around the world have adopted a new system for controlling the search engines that uses a series of codes to identify users and track their whereabouts.
It’s the first time Google has rolled out a system for all its users, though it’s expected to roll out a similar feature in the coming months.
But the change comes as Google has begun to move to more flexible search engine controls, including allowing users to change the search engine and add more content to their searches.
Google says the new system is designed to make it easier for people to find the information they need without having to open Google to find what they’re looking for.
Google has also launched a new feature called Google Search Console, which is a new way to interact with Google, and the company says it’s designed to be easier for users to get more personalized results, more relevant content and better content that’s tailored to their interests.
The company said in a blog post that it wants to help users find information that’s relevant to them, and to do so without having them open Google.
“We want to give people access to content that is relevant to what they want to do and help them find what’s most important to them,” Google said in the post.
“We’re building a more seamless experience, one that helps people find the content they want and help people stay connected to their communities.”
The new Google Search console allows users to use the new Google search box, which shows content from multiple sources at once.
The feature has been in use since July, when it was rolled out to all users of Chrome on iOS and Android.