If you’re a fan of Firefox and a fan of Bing, you no longer have to deal with the hassle of manually changing your default search settings to Bing (not that it was very hard to do in the first place). Microsoft announced on its Bing blog that it has teamed up with Mozilla to release a special version of Firefox that has its defaults set to Bing. Other than the search engine preferences, it’s basically the same Firefox web browser that millions of people are using right now.
It’s uncertain if there will be further integration in the future, but having your default search engine and your AwesomeBar’s search engine set to Bing is all you’re going to get for now. If you’re interested in downloading Firefox with Bing or getting the Bing addon to Firefox on your computer, just head over to the Firefox with Bing website.
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