First of all, you need to go to Google and wait for it to fully load. When it has finished loading look to the right of the Google search bar and you should see Advanced Search and Search Preferences. You need to click on the link called "Search Preferences" You will come to a screen that has a lot of options on it. Down towards the bottom of this page you will see sections called SafeSearch Filtering, Number of Results, and Results Window. If you haven't guessed by now, you need to look under the section entitled Number of Results. Once there, you should see these two sentences: "Google's default (10 results) provides the fastest results. Display "blank" results per page." Where the word blank is there should be a drop down box that has options for 10, 20, 30, 50, and 100 search results per page. Remember though, the larger number of Google search results you pull per page, the longer it will take for the Google results to load. That being said, chose the number of results that suites you best and click the save preferences button in the bottom right hand corner of the page. When you have done this a box should pop up that says, your preferences have been saved, so just click the OK button and you will be returned to Google.com. There is another way to display a given number of Google search results per page by typing in a bit of text after the search in the address bar. I couldn't find what that bit of text is so I can't tell you how to just make one search display a given number of results without changing your Google preferences. If any of you know how this is done, please send me a message or e-mail and I will be glad to add it in! If you have any questions about anything on the computer, send me an e-mail and I'll do my best to help you and I might even make a video post about it! Thanks again, and I hope this helped you shorten your research time by showing more search results per page.