I Hate Microsoft Edge

Note: This article is for the new Microsoft Edge . Get help for the legacy version of Microsoft Edge.

Keeping Bing as your default search engine provides an enhanced search experience in the new Microsoft Edge , including direct links to Windows 10 apps, relevant suggestions from your organization if you’re signed in with a work or school account, and instant answers to questions about Windows 10. However, you can change the default search engine to any site that uses OpenSearch technology.

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I Hate The New Microsoft Edge

  1. I hate the new 'features' in Dev Edge - Microsoft Tech Community Please turn off the popdowns from the tool bar. The expanded tab names block important icons on the toolbar (like Evernote Web Clipper).
  2. Keeping Bing as your default search engine provides an enhanced search experience in the new Microsoft Edge, including direct links to Windows 10 apps, relevant suggestions from your organization if you’re signed in with a work or school account, and instant answers to questions about Windows 10.However, you can change the default search engine to any site that uses OpenSearch technology.
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To change your default search engine in Microsoft Edge:

  1. Perform a search in the address bar using the search engine you want to set as your default.

  2. Select Settings and more > Settings .

  3. Select Privacy and services.

  4. Scroll all the way down to the Services sectionand select Address bar.

  5. Choose your preferred search enginefrom the Search engine used in the address bar menu.

I Hate Microsoft Edge Browser

To add a different search engine, perform a search in the address bar using that search engine (or a website that supports search, like a wiki site). Then go to Settings and more > Settings > Privacy and services > Address bar. The engine or website you used to search will now appear in the list of options you can select.