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How do I make Google my main search engine?

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The steps to make Google the main search engine vary depending on the web browser. For Internet Explorer, users should look for the search box on the top right-hand side and click the arrow pointing downward. The "Manage Search Providers" button allows users to select Google as default search engine.

Google Chrome users can select the Tools menu option on the top right corner. After selecting Options, then Basics, users can choose Google as the default search provider from the drop-down menu. For Firefox users, clicking the downward-pointing arrow on the search box at the top right side provides the option to then select Google as default search engine. For other web browsers, the Help menu on the web browsers provide the appropriate instructions.

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