Did you know that Google has now removed one of the most important parts of image search.?
Yeah, the company has now disabled the "view image" button on its desktop (pc) search interface.

For Google to remove this, it only means that people can no longer easily goto to the picture they'd searched for – or download it for later use.
It means that people will only be given the opportunity to see the picture on the page that hosts it. It means clicking into the website and complying with its rules and regulations, rather than making it easy for people to look at only the picture.

According to our sourcethe main reason why Google made the change. The new site discourages people from being able to get images that they ordinarily wouldn't be able to download, or to link to images without people seeing whatever is surrounding them on a page.

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Google initially said that the change had been made "to help connect users and relevant websites", and stressed that the view on page button would still be around. But it said later that the change had been made in part because of an agreement with Getty to make it harder to get the image agency's pictures.

They are designed to strike a balance between serving users needs and publisher concerns, both stakeholders we value," Google said on its "search liaison" page.

Nevertheless, you can still view images even with the botton removed. what you have to do is just follow below processes;


Method 1: 
You can get the feature back by adding a Chrome extension. One of them – called, helpfully, "View Image" – adds the buttons back into Google.

Method 2:
It's also possible to get to the actual image fairly easily, despite the fact the button has disappeared. To do that, just right click on the image in the results and select to view it in a new tab – that will open up the picture and you'll be free to do whatever you want to do with it.


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