yahoo search engine

running windows 10, have msn as browser, keeps changing to yahoo. how do I get rid of the yahoo.

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Are you sure?
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What browser?


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what browser answer

still trying to clarify. internet explorer MSN as home page

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Did you change IE's search options?
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change IE's search options

don't think so. I'm 75 so help me on this. how do I check and change if need be. thanks for responding to me.

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There were many tutorials on that change.

I'm finding that many have had enough of Windows. The articles I linked to would be the same things I would write so it appears I'm of no help here.

Do you have folk that can work on this for you?

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IE's search options

Yes I have and going to check this out.
Thanks for your help.

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