Every search engine has its own search algorithm and depending on users’ personal preferences and experiences, they can change their default search engines. Most web browsers like Chrome, Opera, and Mozilla Firefox provide in-built settings in order to switch to other search engines. One way to change the search engine is to install a fresh copy of a new browser and follow its instructions to do so. But here in this article, I will demonstrate a simple way to change the search engine from inside the different browser settings.
Chrome Browser offers an easy way to change it to AOL, Bing, Yahoo, or Ask search engines. Open the Google Chrome Control button which is represented in the form of three dots in the upper right corner. Now from the various drop-down options displayed, tap on settings.
Now under the search engine settings, you have options from a drop-down list to pick a default browser of your choice.
Mozilla offers you to change it to multiple search engines that include Google, Yahoo, Bing, Amazon, DuckDuckGo, and much more. Follow the simple steps described here. Open the main menu (3 dots) from the top-right of the Firefox browser and click on options. Now from the left sidebar menu, click on the search button. Under the default search engine, select the preferred browser to use as a default search engine.
In Opera, you have the option to change the search engine from Google to Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, Amazon, Bing, and Wikipedia. Go to the menu in the top left corner and navigate to settings. Now on the left sidebar, under the basic settings, click on Browser. Now you can change the search engine under the search settings.
From the top menu settings, click or tap on preferences. Here you can change the default search engine from Google to Yahoo or Bing.
Change the Default Search Engine of your Choice
Almost every browser offers options to change the default search engine. Google is no doubt the best search engine but you can also try others and decide which one is better. So which one you recently switched to? and how did you find it? Share your views below.
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