If you are using the latest version of the Firefox browser on your computer when you start the search, a message may appear This time search with followed by icons from major search engines like Google, Bing, etc. These are intended to give you a quick way to use an alternative search engine if the first search did not provide you with suitable results. If you don’t like it, you can hide it or disable it. Previously, it was possible to do this from the about: setup sign. However, now Firefox has a direct option.

Firefox is a popular browser with many features. From creating Firefox profiles to managing saved passwords in Firefox, everything is so simple in this browser. Mozilla always includes new functions to make it even more abundant with each update. If you are using the latest version of Mozilla Firefox, you may see some common search engine logos such as Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc. at the bottom of the search suggestions. They are named One-click search engines.

To remove this search index, it is not necessary to use the browser.urlbar.oneOffSearches configuration because you have a user-friendly option in the Firefox control panel.

Remove “This time search with” message in Firefox address bar

To hide or delete This time search with Firefox address bar message, follow these steps-

  1. Open the Firefox browser on your computer.
  2. Click the hamburger button or the menu button.
  3. To select Choice from the list.
  4. Go to To research tongue.
  5. Locate One-click search engines.
  6. Uncheck all boxes to delete This time search with section.

Let’s see all these steps in detail.

First, you need to open Firefox browser on your Windows computer. After that you need to open the Choice the window. To do this, click on the hamburger button or on the Menu button visible in the upper right corner of the screen. Then select the Choice list button.

Now you have to go from General tab at the To research tab and scroll down to discover One-click search engines title. Then you need to remove the checkmark from all the checkboxes.

This will hide the additional search engine icons from the address bar. However, if you want to hide a specific search engine from the panel, you need to uncheck the box.

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I hope this little tip will help you.

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