FAQ/Tips & Tricks

How do I remove My Search Results from the list of search engines

Search Results Support
posted this on July 04, 2012 10:43 AM

To remove My Search Results from the list of search engines, do the following:

Internet Explorer

1. From the Tools menu select Internet Options

2. In the Search section, click on Settings.

3. highlight the search engine you wish to be the default engine and select Make Default.

4. Highlight Search here and click the Remove button.

Chrome

1. Click the Settings icon next to the address box and select Settings

2. In the Search section, click on Manage Search Settings.

3. Right-click the the search engine you wish to be the default engine and select Make Default.

4. Highlight Search here and click the Remove button.

5. Click OK

Firefox

1. Click the drop-down arrow in the box showing Search Here

2. Select "Manage Search Engines"

3. Highlight Search here and click the Remove button

4. Search Default: Type “about:config” into the address bar and click “Enter”, then click the “I’ll be careful, I promise!” button. Type “keyword.URL” into the search box that appears. Right-click on the “keyword.URL” entry and click “Modify”, enter the search engine you would like to search from the address bar with.

5. Home page: Click the ‘Tools’ menu, look under the ‘Home Page’ text box on the ‘General’ tab, enter the URL of the site you would like to use as your homepage, or choose one of the other options.

 
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