How to add a custom search engine to the Chrome browser



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Most browsers allow you to choose the search engine of your choice. Some may prefer to use Google and others Bing as default search engines. Google Chrome goes even further. With the browser, you can easily add any custom search engine and set it by default.

Add a custom search engine to Chrome



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But you must first do the following. Let’s say you want to add the windowsbulletin.com search engine to Chrome. Then visit the URL of the search page of the website, in this case – www.windowsbulletin.com/the-windows-club-search-results and search for something – say Windows 8. Once the results are displayed, you can close the tab.

Proceed as follows. Click the Chrome Menu button. Under Settings, find the Search section and click Manage Search Engines.

You see a list of search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and maybe even YouTube. Under Other search engines, you will also see the windowsbulletin.com search engine.

Click Make Default > Done > Restart Chrome Browser.

If you search via your Chrome or Omnibar address bar, you will only see the results of our TWC pages.

In this way, you can add any custom search engine of your choice to Chrome by following this method or by adding its URL with %s in the field provided for this purpose.



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