When you search on Bing, you’ll get posts related to your search from Facebook on the social bar on the right. You can “Like” and comment on those posts too.
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Recently Microsoft added a new feature to its Bing search engine that allows you to find articles more easily based on the time they came out.
Even if you don’t use Bing Search, the landing page has stunning daily images, Bing my lockscreen is a free app that allows you to set your Windows 8 or RT Lock Screen to the Bing daily image.
Recently Facebook announced its new Graph Search feature. I was lucky enough to get in the beta program, and here’s a look what what you can expect.
Bing search in Windows 8 is one of the better metro-style apps in the new OS. Like in your web browser, sometimes you want to delete your search history.
Microsoft now lets you download its Bing homepage image, but you have to connect Facebook to download it. Here’s an easy single click work around!
If love Bing’s homepage image, you can now download the source file for use as your Windows wallpaper. The catch is you have to connect with Facebook.
Windows 8 comes with Internet Explore 10 as the default web browser and a Bing tile prominently displayed on the Start screen. Google Wants to change that.
With the release of the Kindle Fire HD, Amazon has partnered with Microsoft and made Bing the default search engine for it’s Silk browser. Here’s how to change it back to Google.
Recently Microsoft started a new promotion called Bing it On. It lets you compare Bing results to Google’s on the same page. As part of the promotion, the company is also giving away a Surface tablet. This reminds me of the Pepsi Challenge back in the day where you would taste Pepsi and Coca Cola. [...]
The Bing app in Windows 8 is a refreshing new way to search the web. The user interface runs fluidly and using it is quite intuitive. While not perfect, it’s still a lot of fun to use.
Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, now offers video presentations in Wiki search results.
Search engines are the frontline of privacy loss on the Internet. In fact, many track you even when you aren’t using them. But you don’t have to allow it, and one of the easiest ways to avoid being tracked is by using a search engine that doesn’t track you. Here’s my top three picks.
By default the Omnibar in Internet Explorer 10 is set to use Bing as the search provider. If you want to switch it to Google or another provider, it will require an add-on and a little configuration.