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13-Nov-2009, 07:04 AM #1
Getting Rid of MS Bing search engine?
For some reason MS Bing is on a tab on my MS explorier Browser. How does
a preson get rid of MS Bing Search Engine. I use google and I don't plan
on using Bing as a search engine.

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15-Nov-2009, 03:20 PM #2
Next to Bing search box, click the Down arrow, then select Find More Search Providers. You will then get to a web page where you can select Google as your default search engine.
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15-Nov-2009, 04:59 PM #3
What's your Web browser? IE6?
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15-Nov-2009, 05:20 PM #4
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Originally Posted by lunarlander View Post
Next to Bing search box, click the Down arrow, then select Find More Search Providers. You will then get to a web page where you can select Google as your default search engine.
Thanks for the tip. I am using IE8 since installing Windows 7 and had not yet figured out how to change the search box to Google.
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