Microsoft’s Bing is one of the most famous and widely used search engines in the world. It’s at the 2nd position after Google. Google has 67% whereas Bing has around 17% of the overall search engine market share.
Google can be considered as the daddy of all search engines, and Bing is trying to catch up with Google. Microsoft’s Engineers are working day and night to improve their search portal.
If you prefer using Bing or if you love it, you may want to make Bing homepage and default search engine on your Browser. If you don’t know how to do this, just go through the below tutorials. We’ve shared a tutorial for all three major browsers, i.e., Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome.
To make Bing home page on Firefox, just follow these below steps:-
Step 1: – From Firefox’s menu bar, click on the Tools menu and then select the options sub menu.
Step 2: – Now, Firefox will open its Option Window in which there’s a text box in front of the Home Page label. In that text box, just enter http://bing.com and click the OK button to save your settings and make Bing home page on your Firefox browser.
Step 3: – Restart the browser.
Select Bing from the drop-box as shown in the below screenshot.
To make Bing homepage on Google Chrome, just follow these below steps
Step 1: – From the top right corner of Google Chrome, select the tiles icon (as shown in the below screenshot) and select the settings menu from the popup menu.
Step 2: – After clicking on the settings menu, you’ll be able to see the Google Chrome’s settings page. From this page, select the “Open a specific page or set of pages” from the list of options that appears below the “On Startup ” text.
Step 3: – Now you’ll be able to see a dialog box with a text field in it. Just enter http://bing.com in it and click on the O.K button.
Step 4: – To make Bing the default search engine, click on the drop down list that appears in front of Manage Search Engines button. Now choose Bing from the list.
Step 5: – Restart the browser.
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