Address search google api

In Windows 8, by default, Bing was set as the default search engine for IE 10 in metro and desktop environments and its the only search provider Internet explorer offers in Windows 8 Consumer Preview, if you want to set Google as default search engine in IE 10, first you need to add it as a search provider, which you can do from IE Add-ons gallery page. Now a dialog pops up asking you to add Google as search provider, in that dialog, check or select make this as my default search provider and click on “add” button.
You can see Google listed as search provider under “Search Providers” for IE’s “Manage add-ons” window and you can also see Google icon along with Bing icon when you click the search icon in the IE’s address bar.

Glad to know its working and your comment has importance where last two comments resembles its not working, you’re welcome here. From now onwards Google is the default search engine in Internet explorer 10 in windows 8 for both metro and desktop versions.
Took me a few mins to figure it out since Im new to win8 like everyone else but got it by following instructions.

I’ve gone through it many times exactly as stated but it won’t allow it as a search provider?

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