While Microsoft’s new and improved Edge web browser, which is now based on the open-source Chromium engine (the same used by Chrome), does a lot of things right, it still tries to force you to use the company’s unloved Bing search engine – but that could soon be changing.

At the moment Bing is the default search engine when you type search terms in the address bar of Chrome, as well as when you open a new tab. While you can change the address bar’s search  engine to something else like Google, Yahoo or DuckDuckGo, you’re currently unable to change the search engine displayed when you open a new tab.


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