Google Search Website in the process of change? Can it be changed back?

Google is used by most of our users as their homepage in Internet Explorer 8 on Server 2008 R2 RDS server.

For some users the google search homepage has changed to a new layout, whereas for other people its still the old one.  See screenshots.  They're the same website.  What we did to get the new one was to reset all the default settings in Internet Explorer 8.  Next time the user went to google, they got the new website.

Truth is, they want the old one back.  Is there a way to get it back?


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bosshognzAsked:
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
Google is rolling out a bit at a time to shake out any bugs, eventually everyone will be on the "new look", I have not run  across anything that would let you go back.


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bosshognzAuthor Commented:
Adapt to change it us then!!!
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COBOLdinosaurCommented:
I think Google's point of view is sort of "why should anyone complain when it's free".  I guess when you have a 70% market share you think everybody loves everything you do.  Oersonally, I don't hate the new look but I would rather go back to the cleaner old look.


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