I'd appreciate it if you didn't assume that I assumed you used Bing as your default search engine. Given your demonstrated general knowledge with helping other people with various computer issues on the forums and your general technical know-how, I thought it obvious that you are more than capable of something as mundane as changing your search engine.
Well, when I read your post I concluded that the underlying butt of the new joke was that I use(d) Bing, so I think you are more than capable enough to take a look back and see how I arrived at that conclusion. It may of not been your intention, but that is just what I concluded.
I found your post mildly amusing and made what I believed to be a humorous post in response, claiming, in jest, that the biggest problem with your picture is that it's Bing, and that few people that I have encountered (and I have encountered a great deal of people) use Bing. I've seen many inexperienced computer and Internet users open up Internet Explorer (or Microsoft Edge) and search in the search bar "Google." They are brought to a Bing search of Google, which they click on the Google link and proceed to utilize Google search services. They use a search engine to search another search engine to search something. Or they go straight to google.com and there aren't any problems. It's just that I find that Google is far more ubiquitous and well-known than Bing in all aspects, so I therefore find it strange and, to an extent, amusing that someone in today's age would use Bing. I can find it amusing and still accept its existence and utilization.
The only thing I'd like to point out here is unless someone has gone into the settings and changed the default search engine, that first search typed in the search bar is using Bing, so it gets more daily use by the millions of Windows users than you realize. If Micro$oft had it their way you would only be able to use Bing.
It tend to think that the average computer user doesn't really care what search engine they use just as long as they quickly and easily find what they are looking for. Now power users and anyone in the IT field, completely different story.
You need to take that chip off your shoulder.
That chip doesn't come off of my shoulder, its part of the bone structure.