For many computer users, Google is their go-to search engine. After all, it’s fast and reliable—it always has the answers you need. But did you know that setting Google as your default search engine in Windows 10 can make it even faster and easier to find what you’re looking for? Let’s take a look at how to do it. Learn How Do I Set Google as My Default Search Engine in Windows 10?
How Do I Set Google as My Default Search Engine in Windows 10?
- Open the Windows Start menu and type “default apps” into the search box. The Default Apps window will appear on your screen. Click on “Web browser” from the list of default apps. This will open a list of web browsers installed on your computer. Select “Google Chrome” from the list. This will set Chrome as your default web browser, which will also make Google your default search engine when using the address bar in Chrome.
- You can also set Google as your default search engine directly from within Chrome itself by opening the Chrome menu (the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner of the window), selecting “Settings,” then scrolling down to “Search engine” and choosing “Google” from the drop-down menu. Now, whenever you use Chrome’s address bar or Right-Click > Search with Google option, you’ll get results from Google instead of Bing or any other search engine that may have been set as your default before. You can also use Cortana to quickly change your default search engine in Windows 10 – just say “Hey Cortana,” followed by “Set my default browser” and follow the instructions provided by Cortana.
Making Google your default search engine in Windows 10 is easy and straightforward if you know what to do! By taking a few simple steps, you can ensure that every time you type something into an address bar or use a right-click option, you are using Google instead of any other search engines installed on your computer. That way, you can get faster results with fewer clicks!