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Hi I am on 10.4.9 and recently I noticed something very iritating with Safari's google search found on the top right hand side. When I do a search it takes me to a Russian google page, and all the listings are mostly in Russian.

I haven't installed anything on my laptop so what has happened? Can someone please help me change it back, or better, switch it to google.co.uk

thanks for your help
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