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How do I get a large search field instead of blank page on Windows 10 - can't find

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Sorry if this posted twice, screen just went blank on send On my new Windows 10, I want to have a search field come up on each new tab like the one in the image on my Win 7, instead of just a blank page (with a tiny search field in the menu bar which was all I could find. Is it still possible to get this larger search field in new tabs?

Sorry if this posted twice, screen just went blank on send On my new Windows 10, I want to have a search field come up on each new tab like the one in the image on my Win 7, instead of just a blank page (with a tiny search field in the menu bar which was all I could find. Is it still possible to get this larger search field in new tabs?
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In the Firefox options, you can select the Home button on the left-hand side. First, you want to make sure that your New tabs option is set to Firefox Home.

Then, in the Firefox Home Content section, it looks like you have everything deselected except for Web Search.

Hope this helps.

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In the Firefox options, you can select the Home button on the left-hand side. First, you want to make sure that your New tabs option is set to Firefox Home.

Then, in the Firefox Home Content section, it looks like you have everything deselected except for Web Search.

Hope this helps.

In the Firefox options, you can select the '''Home''' button on the left-hand side. First, you want to make sure that your '''New tabs''' option is set to '''Firefox Home'''. Then, in the '''Firefox Home Content''' section, it looks like you have everything deselected except for '''Web Search'''. Hope this helps.
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Got it! Thank you Wesley

Got it! Thank you Wesley
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