The new browser Edge Microsoft uses Bing as the default search engine. On a computer at work I thought about using Microsoft's new browser, and then I saw that Google as a search engine simply did not exist. It probably existed but it was hidden.
Microsoft Edge no longer uses the old "search provider" plug-in system used by Internet Explorer, so you do not need to install it. THE young traveler Microsoft has an option to change the search engine, but you must first find it.
Click "Privacy and Services" in the Settings area on the left sidebar.
Scroll down to the bottom right of the window and look for the Services section. Click "Address Bar" below it.
You're done. You can close the Settings page and when you search from the address bar or by right-clicking on a web page and selecting "Search the Web", the Edge will use the search engine you selected.