If You’ve Ever Wanted to Learn How to do Google Gravity

Using Google Gravity is something many people would like to do, but aren’t sure how to do. The concept is simple behind using this javascript-based trick that Google created in ’09. It’s a fun way to use the search engine that people really enjoy. You can use it to play a trick on friends or family, or you can simply use it to pass the time when you’re feeling bored. However, you’re going to have to learn how to do it before you can actually make it work on your computer. Follow these simple steps and you’ll catch on quickly.

Open your internet browser, but ensure it is one that does not have Google instant results. You’ll want to remove this or turn it off so the process works correctly. Next you will enter the phrase “Google.com” into the address bar on your computer. You will then type “Google Gravity” into the Google search bar. So far, so simple, correct?

Instead of choosing “Google Search” in this step, you’re going to choose the “I’m Feeling Lucky” option. The next step is the fun one. You’re going to get to see all of the Google information come crashing down to the bottom of your screen. Worry not, however, you broke nothing. The next part of this process is to click on any of the elements that fell to the bottom of the screen and drag them around. It’s fun to throw them, move them and toss them around the screen, which is why people love to do this.

Once you tire of this process, you simply give the computer one minute of rest without moving anything or touching anything. It will return to its previously normal frame and you can go about using Google as you normally would.

Here is a video to help:

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