Google's personalized search has left Google Labs and is now available to users on 38 Google domains in addition to Google.com.

Google's personalized search reorders search results based on your history of past searches, giving more weight to topics that interest you.

This means that if you search for "fly fishing" your future results for a search on "bass" will be more heavily weighted toward fishing than the musical instrument, according to

Personalized search also maintains a history of your searches on Google, allowing you to revisit pages you previously viewed by scanning through your history.

Personalized search is now offered as an option whenever you sign up for a Google account, which you need to use AdWords, Gmail or other Google services. You can also add personalization using your manage account page.

Google has made several feature enhancements to the service for this launch.

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