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Submitted by InfiniteBlaze
InfiniteBlaze (2564509) writes "I know most Slashdotters prefer alternative browsers, but for a number of reasons, I use a combination of Chrome and IE. I've noticed that over the past few months, Microsoft has made it harder and harder to add Google as the primary search engine for IE. Each new iteration of the gallery has buried the legitimate Google option deeper and deeper. Now, searching explicitly for the word "google" on the Gallery doesn't even return the valid entry in the first five results. What gives? Has anyone else noticed this?"
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