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I want the google search engine page to come up automatically not bing

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This article on eHow describes how to fix this problem:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5196325_remove-firefox-work-way-used.html

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Microsoft has made it prgressively harder to install Google as the default search engine in a concerted effort to force the use of BING on IE8. Once only a single step, setting Google as the default search engine now can take as many as eight steps which is why I personally use Firefox or Chrome. If you're one of the few whose workplace still forces them to use IE, here's how to at least remove BING from being the default search, every time IE8 is opened.
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  2. Click on the triangle next to the magnifying glass located to the right of the search bar.
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  5. Click on the triangle next to the magnifying glass located to the right of the search bar.
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Sometimes when you download a program, or an update for a program, there will be a box/button to add Bing as your search engine, and maybe a toolbar too. In the future, always look at the different prompts that pop up and deselect the buttons for such extras.

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A.Add Bing as your search engine

Start your Bing searches right from your browser's search box

  1. In Google Chrome, click the wrench menu, and then click Options.
  2. Under Default Search, select Bing.
  3. Click Close.
B.Make Bing your homepage

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  1. In Google Chrome, click the wrench menu, and then click Options.
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I want to remove bing and return my browser to google default page and restore the tool bar on top of same. thanks BV


I assume your browser currently has a Bing search page as the default (home) page, which displays when Firefox launches. You can reset Firefox to use any web address as the home page.

Here are the steps:
(1) In the browser, go to Tools > Options > General
(2) In the field labeled "home page", type the URL of the page you wish to use. (For a basic Google search page, the URL would be "http://www.google.com/" For a basic Bing search page, the URL would be "http://www.bing.com/")
(3) Then click "OK" at the bottom
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There's also a shorthand way to do this:
(1) First, go to the web page you wish to use as your new home page.
(2) Move your mouse to the icon in the address bar (near top of the browser), and then drag the icon over to the "home" button.

For more on setting the Firefox home page, see this help page from Mozilla.

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