If you are using Google Chrome, the standard search engine on which your query would be executed after entering it in the address bar would obviously be Google’s own. With all that said and now out of the way, it is important to note that there are many other search engines as well and many users would rather use these search engines. You can do this by going to the Manage Search Engines page in your settings, but the thing to note here is that Google has just tweaked this page to make it easier for you to get the search experience you want ( chrome: // settings / search engines).
Chrome only supports a few basic search engines namely Google, Yahoo, Bing, DuckDuckGo and a few others for the more privacy conscious. However, there are also many other search engines, some of which are owned by specific sites rather than intended for the Internet at large. If you were to use this search engine, Chrome would automatically include it in a list on the Manage Search Engines page. This list can get muddled over time, especially when some malicious actors keep trying to irritate you with search engine spam in Chrome browser. In order to fix this problem, Google will now add a new feature as reported TechDows. This new setting will help users to solve the spam problem of automated search engines in Chrome browser.
Another thing Google seems to be changing is keyword research. This allows you to search for a keyword directly in a separate search engine. For example, if you type “Y”, the address bar may suggest YouTube and if you click that suggestion, you will be able to search for something on YouTube directly from the address bar. The user interface for this feature is currently being updated and its functionality is also being expanded to a great extent which would be great for people who want to use it. In addition, it now receives a new name, also called âScope Searchâ.
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