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Windows 10 Mobile to allow users change the default search engine

Windows 10 devices
  • On October 20, 2015

Default search engine options seen in leaked Windows 10 Mobile build

With Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced brand new universal core apps such as Groove Music, Cortana, Photos and Microsoft Edge.

The browser is probably the most important app for Microsoft. It includes many new functionalities which should encourage the Windows users to try writing on webpages and sharing, reading distraction-free, getting answers and suggestions from Cortana, and more.

At the same time, Microsoft may soon allow you to set a different search engine than Bing as default on Windows 10 Mobile. In a recently leaked builds of the OS, we can see that the new option is implemented.

In Edge (Settings → Advanced Settings) on Windows 10 Mobile there is a new option to change the default search engine while searching in the address bar. The new setting and some other tweaks may reach the Windows Insiders with the next build of the OS. We expect a new test version of Windows 10 Mobile to land later this week.

Source: Twitter