How to Remove Bing From Chrome and Reset the Default Search Engine
If you’re a frequent user of Google Chrome and have recently found Bing set as your default search engine, you might be wondering how to remove Bing from Chrome and reset the default search engine to Google. While Bing is Microsoft’s search engine and is a great alternative to Google, it’s always a personal preference when it comes to switching search engines.
Here’s a quick guide on how to remove Bing from Chrome:
Step 1: Open Chrome
Open Chrome by clicking on its icon on your taskbar or searching for it in the Start menu.
Step 2: Access Settings
Once you’re inside Chrome, click on the three-dot icon located at the top right-hand corner of your screen. This will bring down a drop-down menu. Here, select Settings.
Step 3: Scroll Down to Search Engine
In the Settings tab, scroll down until you see the Search engine. This is where you’ll find the option to choose your default search engine.
Step 4: Select Google
Click on the option that says “Search engine used in the address bar” to expand the options. From here, select Google as your default search engine.
Step 5: Remove Bing
Now that Google is set as your default search engine, all you need to do is remove Bing from the search engine list. Click on the three-dot icon next to Bing and then click on “Remove from list”.
Step 6: Restart Chrome
Once you’ve removed Bing, it’s best to restart Chrome to ensure the changes are applied.