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Mozilla Firefox will let Users to select Search Engine for Private Browsing

Mozilla has added a new feature of choosing search engines in their nightly build of Firefox Browser. Users can select different search engines for normal and private usage. This feature can be seen in Vivaldi Browser and the browser has set DuckDuckGo search engine for the private browsing by default.

 

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In the latest version of Firefox Nightly

  • Go to about:config
  • Now in the search box paste the below commands one by one and set the value to “true”
browser.search.separatePrivateDefault.enabled
browser.search.separatePrivateDefault.ui.enabled
  • Hamburger Menu > Options > Search > Use this search engine in private windows. You can choose from Google, Bing, Amazon.com, DuckDuckGo, eBay, Twitter, and Wikipedia.

 

Hopefully, DuckDuckGo may be the default search engine in the upcoming versions of Firefox browser. Let us know how you feel about this feature of Firefox in the comment section below.

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He is very passionate about Technology, and besides that Rohit is also a Certified Film Editor, VFX Artist and a Website Developer. Also, he is very active on Social Media Sites and loves to listen to music. Email Rohit
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