Teams up with Mozilla to release Firefox with Bing.
It looks like the delicious cupcakes that are sent after every Firefox release are finally paying off as Mozilla has just announced the availability of Firefox with Bing.
What is it all about? Unlike the default Firefox installation, which uses Google as its default search engine, Firefox with Bing will set Bing as the default search provider. In addition to that, the homepage will be also set to Bing, according to Microsoft blog.
One may ask, what’s the point when you can already choose your default search engine in the “official” Firefox release? For advanced users, there is little to no point other than saving few seconds of your precious time.
Although this might look like the Microsoft exclusive deal, it really isn’t. As of today, Mozilla has released nearly 20 of such web browser versions, ranging from Firefox with Twitter to Firefox with Yandex.
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