Change search provider Microsoft Edge

It’s hard to find how to add f.e. Google search as the search option in Microsoft Edge. Here you can find the most easiest way to do.

  • Start the Microsoft Edge browser
  • Browse to f.e. (change .com into the for you preferred language, see also step 8.). Keep in mind, when you enter the website, the browser redirects you to another url. But that’s fine.
  • Click in the right corner on the dots
  • Change Edge Settings



  • Next click on Settings
  • Click on “View Advanced Settings”
  • Scroll down and click on “Change search engine”
  • Now you can see the current default search engine but you can also see the browsed search engine.
  • Click on the searched search engine. In this case it’s
  • Click on “Set as default”.
  • You are ready to use google as search engine in Microsoft Edge now.

We discussed about google as search engine. Do you prefer another search engine. It works in the same way.

Error message Hyper-v boot from DVD “The unsigned images hash is not allowed”.

Error message Hyper-v boot from DVD “The unsigned images hash is not allowed”. I figured out that this only appears when you have choosen for the ‘generation 2’ option of the BIOS. You can simply (for testing environments) disable in the settings of the virtual machine the option “Firmware, Secure Boot, Enable Secure Boot”.

OneDrive For Business doesn’t sync (password required)

The last days I struggled with syncing my Business files from my personal business OneDrive and several team or sites.
I tried out many solutions or workarounds published on internet but none of them was the solution.
The situation you see on screen is:

SampleErrorSyncProblemAfter searching for a time on the internet I found on the following page the solution. Due to an Windows Update for Microsoft Office 2013 as you can see in the following print screen:


After removing update KB3085566 and restarting my device Onedrive for Business syncs my files again.

SCOM remove local database (corruption)

Delete de file momcache.mdb in the user profile path.

Restart Operations Console. The location of the mdb-file is: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Monitoring.Console‏