Microsoft Edge Chromium builds provides high-grade web adaptability for customers and less fragmentation for web developers. In the most recent update build 184.108.40.206 of the canary browser, they add Microsoft search to the search options of the browser. This feature can be easily get enabled with a flag in the browser which we have mentioned in the further portion of the page. Hence, in this blog post, we will see how to Enable Microsoft Search in Microsoft Edge Chromium.
Microsoft is a new search experience associating with an organization that will be accessible inside Office apps, Bing.com and Windows 10. This feature will enable you to find different records and data from both inside and outside the organization without dropping the progress of work. Additionally, it is now started on Bing.com by enabling a flag in the Edge Canary version having Build 220.127.116.11.
To enable Microsoft Search in Microsoft Edge Chromium
Follow these easy steps to enable Microsoft Search in Microsoft Edge Chromium-
Step-1: At first, check the current version of the Chromium-based Edge browser to run the further steps. For Edge Canary, it requires version 18.104.22.168 or above whereas, for Edge Dev, it needs 22.214.171.124. However, it will get the update automatically on your device.
Step-2: Now, open run Microsoft Edge Chromium browser.
Step-3: Visit the address bar and type the following-
edge://flags/#edge-omnibox-msb. Press the Enter key
Step-4: On the next page, locate MSB provider from the top of the result and switch it from Default to Enabled.
Step-5: At the bottom of the window, click on the Relaunch Now button, when prompt.
Step-6: Now, go to the top-right corner of the page and click on the Settings and more. Open Settings, and click on the Privacy and services, available on the left side.
Step-7: Under the Services section, click on the Address bar.
Step-8: Once, the new page opens, make Bing your default search engine and try to search for something.
Note– Alternatively, to make Bing as your default search engine, you can simply type edge://settings/search in the address bar and press enter to visit the result page directly.