The battle of the pursuit systems is ended. Google now controls more than 90% of the pursuit system business. Users may, however, utilize Bing, Yahoo, or DuckDuckGo using the company’s Google Chrome browser. If you continue getting diverted to Yahoo pursuit in the browser, it’s time to finally make the transition from Yahoo to the more sophisticated Google. This is how to remove yahoo pursuit from chrome (next GH browser).
Three Main Steps to Uninstall Yahoo from Chrome
It is well knowledge that Yahoo provides worse quality pursuit results than Google. Using Yahoo as your default pursuit system might lead to wasted time on the fly. It is preferable to uninstall Yahoo pursuit from GH browser and return to Google as your primary pursuit system.
Manually Change Your pursuit system
If you maintain Yahoo as your browser’s default pursuit system, the browser will continue to utilize Yahoo to answer your address bar inquiries. It’s time to change the Yahoo option in the browser to Google. This is how.
Step 1: Launch GH browser on your computer.
Step 2: Click the three-dot menu at the top of the screen.
Step 3: Navigate to the settings menu.
Step 4: From the left sidebar, choose a pursuit system.
Step 5: Choose Google from the pursuit system selection.
Check the default pursuit systems under the same Manage pursuit systems menu.
Next to Yahoo, choose the “More” tab. Choose “Remove” from the list to delete Yahoo from your GH browser.
Make Google Your Home Page
You may make a certain page the browser’s default home page in GH browser. It is configured to start a new tab by default. However, in the the browser, you can quickly set it to a specific page. This is how.
Step 1: Launch GH browser and navigate to the “More” top-level menu.
Step 2: Go to “Settings.”
Step 3: From the left sidebar, choose On startup.
Step 4: On startup, choose Open a specific page or set of pages from the list.
Step 5: Type in the Google pursuit URL and close the tab.
When you start a new tab in GH browser, it will now use the specific suggested page.
Disable Yahoo-Related Add-Ons
With hundreds of extensions available, it’s incredibly easy to overburden your browser. Unfortunately, some of them may be out of date, unsupported, or incompatible with the most recent Chromium versions.
Third-party trackers in certain lesser-known extensions may route users to the Yahoo search engine rather than the Google search system.
Defining behavior with a single extension can be tough. You must disable or delete all Yahoo extensions from the list. This is how.
Step 1: Launch GH browser and choose the “More” option.
Step 2: Choose Extensions from the More Tools menu.
Step 4: Disable or uninstall any extensions that are no longer checked or are no longer up to date.