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While the Bing platforms holds everything from maps to video, shopping and even travel planning, it's a search engine first ...
and foremost. Molly McDonald demonstrates how to search on Bing and explains how the contextual search results work.
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Molly McDonald: Searching for information on the web using Bing is easy. First, type in what you are looking for into the search box. I'm going do a general search but you can choose the search images, videos, shopping, et cetera. Bing will automatically suggest what are the things I'm looking for here. If you don't want this option then simply click on turn off. If you do see what you wanted to search for then choose it and the search results will pop open. The first results that I'm shown is information from all around the web. There are news links and you could choose to view the latest stories related to the search and then there are various websites that contain information about my search, Michael Jackson. If you move your cursor over to right you will see a summary of where the link will take you before even clicking on it. You can also choose to just search news, songs, biography et cetera.
There are related searches here that will take you to even more information. And your search history will appear here so you can easily find your way back to where you've started. If you don't want to see this then you can clear your search history or simply turn this feature off. Thanks for watching and don't miss the next episode in the Get searching with Bing Series.
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