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Old 06-10-2013, 01:42 PM   #1
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LXer: How to change the search engines of Firefox in Linux Mint 15

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Firefox browser in Linux uses 2 search engines by default, DuckDuckGo in the address bar and Yahoo Search in the search bar. However, many people still prefer Google over these 2 search engines. One work-around method is to use "!g", "!i" with DuckDuckGo to get the result from Google for normal searches and image searches. But if you still want to change the default search engines of Firefox in Linux Mint 15 to Google search, here is how to do so:



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