Change the Search Engine in Safari on Mac
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to change the default search engine in Safari on the Mac.
To start with, open Safari and do a simple search for "widgets" and press "enter".
Notice that the default search engine is set to Google.
You can change the search engine by clicking "Safari" near the top-left corner of the screen.
Then, click "Preferences..." in the menu.
You can also use the "command" + "," keyboard shortcut to bring up the preferences.
Now, click the "Search" icon in the menu along the top of the window.
The icon is a magnifying glass.
Click the "Search engine" drop-down menu.
Instead of using Google, you can click "Yahoo", "Bing", "DuckDuckGo", or "Yandex".
For this tutorial, let's click "Bing".
Then, close the menu by clicking the red button in the top-left corner.
Click the search input field.
You will now receive web search results from Bing.
That was how to change the search engine in Safari using the Mac OS operating system. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thank you for watching!
Video: Change the Search Engine in Safari on Mac
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