The default search engine in Microsoft Edge

You can’t change Edge’s “new tab” search engine away from Microsoft’s Bing Well, that’s not completely true. You can change the default search engine that is invoked when you type your search term into the address bar, but you can’t change the default search engine that is invoked when you use the search box in …
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Deleting browser data upon exit

Chrome may no longer be deleting data when you close the browser   I’m sure that there used to be a setting in Chrome that was relatively easy to find for deleting browser data when closing the browser.   It’s just taken me fifteen minutes to find where they’ve now buried this setting. If you …
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Different browsers for different things

Keeping Google in its place Using different browsers for different things has many uses. Recently, I have been visiting Google’s AI offering – Bard (now renamed Gemini) – several times a week. I’m still curious about it and it has helped me out several times. However, to use Bard you have to log into a …
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