Microsoft Builds on Their Bing Search Engine, Puts Images in the Spotlight

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Microsoft continues to commit to the Bing search engine by adding more feature improvements and additions. Bing users searching for images can now perform their research faster because the images being searched no longer need to load in a new page when you click on them, the user simply clicks on the desired image and it loads quickly placing the image in the center stage and in the spotlight and eliminates any clutter around the image. They also added a slightly darker overall look making it easier on the human eye. Read more about all the new features and details here.



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