Mozilla has recently made a deal with Yahoo to switch Firefox’s default search engine to Yahoo’s new Bing-powered search experience. Ahead of the switch, Firefox has upgraded its search interface so users have the ability to switch search engines with ease.
Rather than having to seek out settings to switch search engines, search settings will now appear front and center underneath the search suggestions whenever users begin to type a query. Additionally, Firefox’s new search interface will allow users to type a keyword into the search field, then choose a specific search engine or website on which they wish to view the results, such as Wikipedia or Google.
If users wish to remove any options from the default list, they can customize it with ease. As per its standards, Mozilla is making ease of use its number one priority.