Want to change your search engine in Microsoft Edge?
While Google, Bing and Yahoo are the most popular today there are a lot of choices available to you. For instance Duck Duck Go is a great search engine many people do not yet now about.
As the web has gotten bigger, the internet search engines too have evolved themselves to cater to various needs of the users. With 63.9 percent market share (as reported by comScore in October 2015), Google still reigns supreme in the market of search engines.
That said, Google isn’t the only search engine out there. Many other players live up to the tasks that Google might not do for you (as you desire). They provide various interfaces, unique features and search algorithms based on unique philosophies.
Knowing the right search engine to make your query means you don’t spend your valuable time browsing through stuffs you don’t need. One could easily get lost in the vast world of internet without proper tools. Here below we present you 15 search engines to try as alternatives to Google for better search results.
What you are likely seeing is the Bing page which is the default for Edge. Your new tab page is completely different from your search engine in the Edge Browser.
You need to set what you want for your new tab page, and then chose which search engine you would like to use.
To do this open Microsoft Edge. Click the three horizontal dots in the upper right:
Next click Settings:
Click on settings
Next click advanced settings and scroll down until you see Change Search Engine
And to change what you get with a new tab: