Privacy is the common issue of the internet industry. Most internet users have basically known that search engines like Google, as well as big websites like Facebook and Twitter, track their online activities. They just don’t care about it.
If you are the kind of person who care about your privacy when surfing the web, then you must have known about DuckDuckGo.
DuckDuckGo is one of the private search engines that doesn’t track your online activities like Google and Bing did. This search engine promises to not store your personal info as well as your browsing history so that you don’t have to worry being haunted by the misuse data by third parties.
While you can use DuckDuckGo by visiting its URL at duckduckgo.com, it would be a lot easier to use it if you set it as the default search engine on your Browser. In this article, I am going to show you how to set DuckDuckGo as the default search engine on Google Chrome.
- Right click anywhere inside the address bar and select Edit search engines.
- Scroll down your mouse and find DuckDuckGo. Hover your mouse over it and click the Make default button.
Now please try to search for something directly on the Chrome address bar. You should see the results page of DuckDuckGo instead of Google.