Firefox starts test among users with Bing as default search engine

Firefox starts test among users with Bing as default search engine

Mozilla has launched a new test among Firefox users where it sets Bing as the default search engine. At the moment, Google is still the default search engine for most Firefox users. Mozilla has entered into an agreement with Google for this. This agreement was extended last year by the Firefox developer. Google would pay Mozilla an estimated amount of between 400 million and 450 million dollars per year for this.


As part of the current experiment , one percent of Firefox users will set Microsoft Bing as their default search engine on their desktop. The experiment started at the beginning of this month and will probably be completed by the end of January next year, Mozilla says on its website. The test was also announced on Twitter , making it clear that users can also change the search engine setting themselves . Why Mozilla runs the test with Bing as the search engine is unknown.

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