Try Bing: New Microsoft Search Decision Engine

By Posted 2009 Updated   Tips

Bing is a new Microsoft search engine all ready to challenge Google in the lucrative search engine space. Apparently Bing has been quietly launched a few days earlier from the announced launch and is in preview and beta mode in various countries.

Microsoft Bing promises a new approach to user experience and provides intuitive tools to help customers make better decisions like making a purchase decision, planning a trip, researching a health condition or finding a local business. Microsoft is calling Bing a Decision Engine, helping people make quick decisions. Take a tour.

bing

This is how Bing front page looks like in India. To test all the Bing features, it is a good idea to switch from the local country version to the “United States – English” version.

Bing search results are as neat and accurate as Google. Here is the best feature for me – If you switch to the video channel and search for videos, the most amazing thing happens when you hover over the videos thumbnails – the videos autoplay! The videos loads instantly and with good video and sound quality, and you can sort them by length, size and resolutions. Test some videos here.

This video shows a quick preview of what Bing can do.

I am getting a lot of traffic from Bing… is the Google killer finally here?


4 comments on “Try Bing: New Microsoft Search Decision Engine

  1. Harris says:

    Good news.i am really excited to explore this ‘decision engine.’ i just tested it a minute ago, and it works pretty good.

    the thing i like is also its simple appearance, not covered with menus. excellent.

  2. venkat says:

    Bing seems promising it can give tough fight to Google if indexed more websites.

  3. Kymm says:

    i think that Bing is not as good as Google. Google would still index new websites faster than Bing. Microsoft would still need a lot of catching to do with GoogleBot.

  4. PaPARick says:

    This Strict Safe Search settings is a joke. With Fire Fox 30 It will not allow the settings to be changed! What ever happened to “User Friendly?”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *




css.php