How to Make Google Default Search Engine in Microsoft Edge Browser

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Windows 10 came with Microsoft edge browser preloaded, but uses Bing as the default search engine. If you want to make Google the default search engine, you will have to do some settings changes in the Microsoft edge browser.

Go to the three dots on the right side of the Microsoft edge browser, and choose the settings option.

bing settings

In the settings menu, then choose ‘View advanced settings’. Now you need to go to the option which shows “Search in the address bar with”. Here you will find that Bing is the default search engine. Choose to add a new search engine by clicking ‘Add new’.

browser search

Now you will be provided a large number of choices which can be added, like Git Hub or Google or Wikipedia and so on. Now you can choose as your default search provider and added as default.

default search engine

So that’s it. Now next time you search for a keyword in the Microsoft edge browser address bar, it will use Google as the default search engine instead of Bing.

19 comments on “How to Make Google Default Search Engine in Microsoft Edge Browser

  1. dna says:

    It is not easy to change settings in Microsoft Edge.

  2. Mani says:

    Thanks for the tips dude. But i switched to Chrome browser nowadays .:)

  3. larisa says:

    Yes thinking of putting a search engine default Google will right Google is the global leader

  4. winecooler says:

    Edge just stopped working after a few minutes of playing with it on a Surface Pro 1. All of the store apps that depend upon it’s rendering engine (including the store itself) also no longer work, and no search options come up even though the search was used. GRRR.

  5. Prerna says:

    I always wanted to make Google my default browser, thank you so much for this.

  6. Hello,
    Thanks for sharing important point with us. Now i can make my google chrome as default search in windows 10.
    Yours faithfully
    Manjinder Singh

  7. sam says:

    Nice post. I was trying to change home page but didn’t how to change, but this article helped me a lot.

  8. tariq says:

    Simple and an easy to help this post that how to change our settings

  9. Not much of a surprise that Microsoft would make it a little tricky to get google as a default search provider. Considering they probably want to promote Bing (or Internet Explorer) with their Windows products.

  10. Aslam says:

    These are great things to refresh the knowledge. its really good to know. Great !

  11. Making Google Default Search Engine in Microsoft Edge Browser is a good way. Thanks to admin for sharing this post.

  12. Emi Ku says:

    Today I got problem of browser as in microsoft browser Google was not default so started looking for how to fix it and found this steps .Thanks you made my day

  13. Awesome post. Will you please tell me how to change homepage, btw this is really helpfull for me. You helped me alot so I just wanna say thanks to you. I’ll definitely gonna bookmark your blog.
    Thank you. :-)

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  15. Idigihub says:

    Good one..
    Is there any way to remove the search engines which are loaded on browsers by some downloads; they are either not visible in settings?

  16. Silvy Novita says:

    That’s a kind of information; i have been looking for. Last month i have installed windows 10 on my laptop. From that time i was facing the this problem. As per the above mentioned process; i finally able to set google as my default web browser. P. Chandra; thanks for sharing this great info . love the way you have write all this. i always like your approach of becoming the part of solution rather than problem.

  17. Mario Nimal says:

    Speaking of Microsoft Edge browser what do you like about it versus other browsers? Does it indeed have an “edge”?

  18. john smith says:

    Considering they probably want to promote Bing or Internet Explorer with their Windows products.

  19. Roniey Brown says:

    thanks for help bro…. i was wondering for a long.

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