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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I had Google chrom browser
You may of installed a program that installed google chrome as a third party software..If you have uninstall a program it could have also unstalled google chrome.I also use this browser and find it very easy to use..
You can download it again from the link provided here...
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Posted on Jan 16, 2011
I see that the Search settings has been change on your Google Chrome.
Just click on the wrench Icon on the upper right side of the window beside the star then click on Options, once you have the options page you will see Basics then click on it, Look for Search then there should be a drop down giving you the option to choose the search engine you would want to have in Google Chrome, also you can click Manage search Engines... on the Manage search Engine it will give you a box showing the search engines available you can basically select which to make default on the google chrome you have or oyu can as well click on the search engine you wish to remove and click the x on the right of it to only have one search engine for your google chrome.
I hope that this will help
Posted on Aug 17, 2011
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