Hi - does anyone know how I can do this, please? It's not in Control Panel or FF Add-ons, I've removed it from the 'Manage Search Engines', there's no trace of it if I put 'Yahoo' into the Start option and I've looked at the PCA instructions about going to 'about:config', finding keyword.url, right clicking and opting for 'reset'.
All I have there is keyword.enabled, with the reset option greyed out.
As far as I know, I've been extra careful about watching what is included in any downloads I've done recently (not many, as it's a new set up which I'm trying to keep tidy!). I've done a Malwarebytes scan but it didn't find anything.
As mentioned, I've run Malwarebytes, removed the PUP stuff, there's nothing in msconfig that I can see, there's nothing in Control Panel (add/remove). I have Roboform as my home page (I'm happy with that), but if I search for something, it brings up the Yahoo page. I've looked in Revo uninstaller and there's nothing there either.
Firefox changed 'keyword.url' - did away with it from version 23+
as for the Address bar search, I found info: ClickHere
Haven't read (or understood) all of it, but saw this paragraph: *"Another possibility is to disable keyword search (keyword.enable = false) and use a (one letter) keyword search for searching via the location bar.
You can add a keyword to an installed search engine via Manage Search Engines (click the search engines icon on the search bar) and you can add a keyword to a bookmark in the Bookmarks Manager (Show All Bookmarks)."*
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