Who’s the most prolific Google search takedown requester? Microsoft. But here’s the kicker: Microsoft has asked Google to remove URLs from its search results, while leaving some of those very same URLs active on its own search engine, Bing.
Configure Internet Explorer 9 to use a different search service other than Bing.
When you type in a search query instead of an URL into Windows Internet Explorer 9‘s address bar, by default it accesses the Bing search engine to return your results. If you would rather use Google or another search engine / service, do the following:
1. Click on the gear icon at the top-right of Internet Explorer 9, selecting “Manage add-ons”….