It's really easy to make Bing your home page in Edge, Firefox Mozilla, and Google Chrome. Here's how!
If you are a fan of the Bing search engine, you will want to set it up as your default search engine on your homepage. This process only takes a couple of minutes, and after that, you will be all set to use your favorite search engine every day.
In this article, you are going to learn how to set the Bing search engine as the default one in the three most popular internet browsers.
Setting Bing as your home page in Edge.
Setting Bing as your home page in Mozilla Firefox.
Setting Bing as your home page in Google Chrome.
Setting Bing as your home page in Edge
Edge is Microsoft's default browser that millions of people around the globe choose to use on their Windows computers and mobile devices. Setting up Bing as your home page will only take you a minute. Simply follow the steps below to take to make Bing your homepage in the Edge browser.
Click on the Settings and more icon in the upper right corner of the Edge browser.
From the menu, click on Settings.
Click on General and make sure that the Show the home button toggle is enabled by default (it will be blue if you are using the standard Windows theme).
Click on Start page to change your home page options.
Pick A specific page from the dropdown.
Enter www.bing.com as in the text entry field. This will be the page used as your home page.
Click on the Save button at the end of this field to save these settings.
Now whenever you click on the Home button (next to the Edge address bar), it will take you to the Bing search engine.
Setting Bing as the home page in Mozilla Firefox
Mozilla's Firefox is another popular browser with plenty of active users. If you are one of them, yet you love using the Bing search engine, you can make Bing a homepage in Firefox as well.
Click on the Open menu button at the top right corner of the browser (three horizontal lines).
Click on Options in the menu.
In the left panel of the Firefox options tab, click on Home.
In the New Windows and Tabs section, right next to the Home page and new windows label, click on the dropdown list to see alternative options.
Select Custom URLs...
In the text field, enter https://www.bing.com/
Now, when you click on the home button, Bing will load as your home page.
That's it, you will be able to use Bing as your home page in Mozilla Firefox from now on.
Setting Bing as the home page in Google Chrome
Google Chrome is another popular option that is used by millions of people. Luckily, setting up Bing as your home page in Google Chrome is also a simple process.
Click on the Customize and control Google Chrome button in the top right part of the browser window (the three vertical dots).
Click on Settings in the menu.
Under Appearance, click the wobble button next to the Show home button label to enable it (it should be blue if you are using the default theme/colors).
Select the radio button to use a custom URL and enter http://www.bing.com/ in the text field.
That's it! Now, when you click on the Home button in the Chrome toolbar, you will open the Bing search engine.
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