SearchWithMyBrowser - Open Cortana searches with your default browser.

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Since April 28ᵗʰ 2016, Cortana opens searches only in Microsoft Edge to prevent users from using another search engine than Bing. SearchWithMyBrowser is a little utility that associates itself with the microsoft-edge: protocol, used by Cortana to open Edge. After parsing the request to make sure it's a valid URL, it will redirect it to your default browser. You can also get a copy in the GitHub releases section.

https://github.com/sylveon/SearchWithMyBrowser

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