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Microsoft Bing's New Look, Tools
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moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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9/17/2013 | 5:01:26 PM
re: Microsoft Bing's New Look, Tools
LOL Bing is for the types who use Internet Explorer ,ie the terminally clueless.
lacertosus
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lacertosus,
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9/17/2013 | 4:57:20 PM
re: Microsoft Bing's New Look, Tools
I just went on a test drive of the new Bing and it's actually not bad at all. You can certainly tell when browsing around that at one point, maybe in the far future, they will be considered a viable Google contender. But as it stands, Bing is cosmetically prettier.

On the other hand, I would still not consider using Bing for any type of search until they start offering SSL connections. That's always been one of the major elements of me not either recommending it or making the switch.


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