Get Your Google Back in Windows 8
Windows 8 has officially arrived today, and if you're one of the early adopters you are probably familiarizing yourself with the all-new layout. Many more people will undoubtedly be switching over the coming months and years, which should help boost Microsoft's overall financial numbers. However, Google is a little concerned with the new OS, namely its default search engine and browser. You see, Windows 8 uses Internet Explorer and Bing as its two default programs, which is all fine and dandy, but what if you're more comfortable with Google's options? Luckily, the folks in Mountain View have you covered with a humorous new video to Get Your Google Back. All W8 users need to do is visit getyourgoogleback.com, download and install Chrome and the Google Search app, and enjoy the new OS. Just try to contain your giggles while watching the video below.