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I am using Linux Mint 10. I would like to how to remove Google custom search results page in Firefox. I would like to have standard Google search results page instead of custom search.

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Follow the steps in this article: How To Remove Linux Mint Custom Google Search in Firefox.

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Working now.Thanks – blakcaps Aug 12 '11 at 16:23
Shouldn't your answer contain the important steps? External sources might vanish or move to other locations over time. – user unknown Jan 14 '12 at 6:28

You can customise the Firefox toolbar.

  • Right click on the toolbar and choose Customize.
  • Another window should come out, click and drag the Google search bar from the toolbar into the newly opened window.

This will remove the Google search bar from Firefox.

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