Question about Computers & Internet
- for Google chrome
go to settings and you find the Search > under it select your search engine that you want to keep.
- for Firefox
Go to Tools from menubar > Select Add-on > in Add-on page you find Plugins option > in plugin option select the Ask and disable it.
- for Internet Explorer
from menubar click on Tools and select the Manage Add on >
then in add on windows > click on Search Provider option, In it you can find Ask add-on. select it and click disable.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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