Much like on Bing, you can now customize your Google home page with pictures. Today, Google began rolling out the new feature which allows you to upload images from your computer or a Picasa web album.
“Whether you choose a photo of a loved one, a picture of your favorite vacation destination or even a design you created yourself, Google.com is now yours to customize. For those of you who want to enjoy the clean, simple look of Google as well as your personalized view, we’ve made it easy to switch between your customized search page and classic Google.”
The service hasn’t been rolled out everywhere just yet. If you don’t see the new “customize” option in the lower-left corner of your screen, keep your eyes open during the next few days for it to appear. Once you’re finished customizing, take a screen shot to share what you’ve done with the rest of us.
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