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Hello. I know this has been asked before. I use Firefox. In the navigation bar, on the right side, is a search engine space (not the big main search engine space). How do I get rid of all the search engines that show up in this search engine space that I don't want? You know, the browser software? tries to jam these choices down your throat. Thanks.
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Hello Nor5south and welcome to Geeks To Go.

Just to the right of whatever search engine is listed now you'll see a little drop down arrow.

Click that to see all the search engines and notice at the bottom of the list the wording "Manage Search Engines".

Click that and this box will open that you see, simply highlight a given engine and click remove.

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