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How to Change Search Engine from Bing to Google in Microsoft Edge


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How to Change Search Engine from Bing to Google in Microsoft Edge

Microsoft had the Edge Web Browser on Windows 10 for quite some time now. But recently the company has announced a brand new Edge browser based on Chromium. It is available for download for Windows and Mac OS users. There is also a version available for Android users along with iOS. It has almost all features of Chrome and it also comes with some additional tools to customize. We had covered on how to customize the browser. The default search engine in Edge is Bing, but if you are familiar with Google and want to change it, here is how to change search engine from Bing to Google in Edge browser.

Change Search Engine from Bing to Google

Change Search Engine from Bing to Google in Microsoft Edge:

Step 1: Open the Edge browser and navigate to settings. To do this, click on the three dots on the top right corner.

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Step 2: Inside the settings panel, you will be able see Privacy and services on the left panel, select it.

Change Search Engine from Bing to Google

Step 3: Now scroll down and you will see an option Address bar listed under service, select this option.

Step 4: In the address bar settings, you will see an option to set the search engine.

Search engine

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Step 5: From the drop down list, you can select the search engine. It features Bing, Yahoo, Google and DuckDuckGo. Also, if you want to customize the URL for respective search engines, you can do that from the manage search engine option below.

This is how you can change the default search engine from Bing to Google or any other in Microsoft Edge browser.

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Nirmal is a Technology Blogger and a Microsoft MVP in Windows. He can be contacted at nirmal@nirmaltv.com. You can find Nirmal on , and .

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