Microsoft Edge’s search provider can be any site which includes support for OpenSearch

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Windows 10 Build 10147 was leaked earlier today. The latest build includes a number of new features and improvements for Edge. With the latest update, the browser’s branding has changed from Spartan to Edge and there’s also a dark theme available for the browser now. The latest build also allows users to change the search provider of Microsoft Edge.

With the latest update, users can now choose any site that supports OpenSearch as their default search provider on Edge. For example, you can change the search provider from Bing to Twitter.com or YouTube.com on Edge. Unfortunately though, I couldn’t get it to work with most websites (including Google Search) – however, I expect Microsoft to improve this feature in the near future.

What do you think of the new feature on Edge? Discuss in the comment section below!

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