Firefox includes an embedded search field that you can customize with your favorite search engines. The usual way to do this is by installing special plug-ins developed by websites (like the one we have for Softonic) or by looking for them on Mozilla's
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But now there's another way to add new search engines to Firefox: it's called Add to Search Bar and it's an extension that enables you to add just about any search field you find on any webpage as a new search engine.
Once added, you'll be able to search that webpage from anywhere on the Internet, using Firefox's embedded search field. To add a new search engine, simply right click on the search field you want to add and select the "Add to Search bar" option.
Write a name and select an icon for your brand new search engine and you're done!
I can't really think of any downsides to this great extension.
It works perfectly well and can save you loads of time. Well, to be honest, I missed having a few more configuration options, but I guess the extension is so easy and straightforward it doesn't really need them.