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Google added DuckDuckGo to Chrome as a search engine option

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Chrome, one of the world's most used internet browsers, added a new option to the search engines. As of yesterday, Google Chrome released version 73. Added security features to the foreground of the DuckDuckGo'u search engine option added to Chrome.
In addition to the DuckDuckGo in Chrome, Google, Yahoo and Bing search engines are included as an option. The DuckDuckGo search engine option is available for a total of 60 countries, including the UK, Canada, USA, and Greece.DuckDuckGo search engine is no option to add Turkey among the countries.

The DuckDuckGo search engine, introduced in 2008, exceeded an average of 30 million search dams per day last October. Another search engine option has been added to Chrome except for DuckDuckGo. The Qwant search engine, just added to France, is a search engine based in France and focused on security just like the DuckDuckGo.

Commenting on the subject, Gabe Weinberg, founder of DuckDuckGo, said they are satisfied that Google has acknowledged the importance of providing a consumer-specific secure search option.

You can easily change your search engine preference in Google Chrome. When we look at the search engines, Google is clearly ahead and Microsoft's Bing search engine ranks second. According to shared information, Google has about 90 percent of the market share of search engines.

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