Chromium Microsoft Edge Browser Updated with Google Search Support

The latest version of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Canary comes with support for more search engines, including Google.

The original version of the browser could only be configured to use Bing as the default search engine.

The latest update to version 75.0.127.0 still labels Bing as the “recommended” choice, but instead also allows users to switch to Yahoo, Google, and DuckDuckGo, as discovered by TechDows.

To change the search engine in the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, you need to launch the browser and go to Settings > Privacy and services > Address bar > Search engine used in the address bar.

Like in Google Chrome, users can also configure their very own custom search engine in the new … (read more)

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