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You can switch up Microsoft Edge’s search engines on Windows 10 Mobile soon

By Jules Wang October 19, 2015, 9:39 pm

Microsoft is clingy. It’s implanted Internet Explorer as your default web browser for the longest time. And if you happen to use Microsoft Edge on a frequent basis, you’ll have found out how to switch your search engine: you have to go to the search engine site, then go into “Advanced Settings” and then choose from a list of possible (if implausible) search providers.

Very intuitive, indeed.

The Microsoft Edge app for Windows 10 Mobile does not have this feature right now, but it will soon. One Russian Windows Insider is on the case.

Maybe soon for Windows 10 Mobile previewers, it’ll be “bye bye, Bing.”

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Via: WMPowerUser

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