If we compare all browsers present in this universe then you will find that Google’s Chrome browser stands on the first place and is also the most popular browser in the world. But recently a bug that hit chrome made a lot of people frustrated that delivers nothing but blank results pages. The fact was unaware by the people because the issue arouse when users took advantage of the Chrome “Omnibox” address bar, which allows for either URLs or search terms to be entered interchangeably. Both PC and Mac users are finding that, at least some of the time, their searches come up entirely blank. Check out the workaround after the cut.
Though it does not affect all searches but Still the problem has been a active one for several hours and Google has confirmed that it is aware of the issue and is looking into it though has not given any suggestion as to what caused the fault.
There is, however, a workaround, modified slightly from a suggestion by Brian Glasshouse. It involves setting a new, alternative search engine that is used temporarily until Google addresses the problem directly.
When submitting a search with in the address bar (Omnibox) in Chrome, you are automatically redirected to a blank page and no results are displayed. At that time Click the wrench icon and navigate to “Settings.” Under the Search section, click “Manage Search Engines” and do the following:
1. Create an alternative Google search option from Other Search Engines (call it Google2 or something), but in the URL section type “https://www.google.com/search?q=%s”
2. Make the new Google option the default option, ensuring that the old identifier still exists.
3. Use this option until Google fixes the issue (we will update you when it does), it will restore all the functionality of the Omnibox and other features that the temporary solution doesn’t provide.