When it comes to search, most folks would think of Google first, as that is considered to be the premium “brand”, but this does not mean that Microsoft has thrown in the towel where search is concerned. No sir, they do push their Bing service pretty hard, and last year, the world saw Bing Desktop, an engine that merges Bing’s daily homepage images alongside a quick and convenient method to perform search from your desktop. After taking in user feedback for the past months, Microsoft has done what they think would be able to make your Bing Desktop experience a whole lot better.
Some of the new features in the most recent version include the ability to check your news feed and friends’ photos on Facebook without having to launch a browser, in addition to letting you search from the Windows taskbar directly. Not only that, the options menu will now enable you to customize Bing Desktop in order to best suit the way you search, now how about that?
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