I'm using a regular desktop computer with Windows 10 on it. I have Mozillia Firefox. The link you gave is pretty much what I am getting (minus all the colored stuff at top) every time I try to do a search for something.
The array of colored tabs at the top are a part of my own browser setup; the part that I was asking about was whether you have the bars at the top and bottom of the browser window that contain, among other things, the text box from Google's search page containing the entered search terms.
I've been able to partially reproduce what you've been seeing. On my end, I see expected behavior for searches made from Google's home page
, searches made from the browser's URL bar, and opened links to Google searches. However, certain manipulations of a Google URL (for instance, opeining "https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=fruit
" in a tab and then manually changing that URL to "https://www.google.com/?q=fruit
") seem to generally produce the behavior that I took a screenshot of.
When I come across this issue, though, I've been able to work around this issue by clicking the text box containing the search terms and pressing Enter (the search results then appear, as they should have in the first place). Does that work on your end?