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What is the actual URL for the Firefox search page? I use multiple browsers and want to list the Firefox/Mozilla Search as one of the Home pages in Chrome.

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What is the actual URL for the Firefox/Mozilla Search page? I have noticed that a number of people have posed this question online and until now, nobody has as of yet received a straight answer. I use multiple browsers and want to list the Firefox/Mozilla Search as one of three Home pages that will automatically each start on their own tab in Chrome. I use Firefox as my default browser, and there I have the Firefox search, the Google search, and my Facebook all open together when I launch Firefox. I want the same to happen when I launch the Chrome browser, but I can't get to the Firefox/Mozilla Search in another browser without the URL, or the IP address associated with that URL, providing that the IP won't change. Please, now, no more run-around, no more questions, no ifs ands or buts - what is the URL for the Firefox/Mozilla search page? Thanks in advance.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Minglewood said

I can't get to the Firefox/Mozilla Search in another browser without the URL, or the IP address associated with that URL, providing that the IP won't change.

Mozilla does not operate a search engine; there's no address of any kind.

The built-in Firefox home page (screen shot attached) has an address of about:home but since it is part of the Firefox program files it can't be used in other browsers. Anyway, it uses your default search engine. by default, in North America, that starts out as Yahoo. You can check/change that here: Change your default search settings in Firefox.

Now... I've described the built-in features, add-ons can modify your home page, new tab page, and your search results.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Minglewood said

I can't get to the Firefox/Mozilla Search in another browser without the URL, or the IP address associated with that URL, providing that the IP won't change.

Mozilla does not operate a search engine; there's no address of any kind.

The built-in Firefox home page (screen shot attached) has an address of about:home but since it is part of the Firefox program files it can't be used in other browsers. Anyway, it uses your default search engine. by default, in North America, that starts out as Yahoo. You can check/change that here: Change your default search settings in Firefox.

Now... I've described the built-in features, add-ons can modify your home page, new tab page, and your search results.