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Bing returns oodles of relevant thumbnails to your searches, so you can sit back in your chair and gleen a lot of information ...
visually as you scroll and scroll through Bing's results... kinda makes you feel like the 5th Element!
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Hi there. I am Stacey Read and in today’s Butterscotch episode we’re going to show how to explore Microsoft Bing. Let’s say I want to do a search for images and let’s say we want to search for images of festivals. We will type the word in the search field and you can see that as I type Bing suggested a list of searches we may also be interested in. Also notice how relevant the returned images are to our search. Scrolling down very quickly I can tell a lot about festivals just from this visual search that thing provides. For instance, festivals are happening all over the world and they are usually very bright and colorful and they are celebrations where many people gather together.
Now you if you hover over it, it zooms in a bit and you can find out more information about that image. Clicking on the image intuitively opens the pages where that image can be found and the links to see the full size images as well. You can change the size of the thumbnails that are return up here on the right. Now let’s go back to the front page and I’ll show you how to do video searches because that’s I wanted to. It also returns visually stimulating results. Hovering over the video will play the video automatically. Some are just clips and some will play due to it entirety.
If you plan to do many searches in succession, you may consider the side panel present here on the left to be a benefit. Some people might prefer to go directly to the source in which case you can do so by clicking the link. There are a few different channels and a lot different genre that you can choose from. So that’s how you search for images and video choosing Microsoft Bing. This is Stacey Read for Butterscotch signing out. Bye for now.