What Is Bing History?
- Bing: A Search Engine
- The Bing Bar and Microsoft Rewards
- Personalized Advertising: A Search History Perspective
- Windows 10 Internet Searches Using Bing
- What Have You Searched Before?
- Bing - A Search Engine for Images
- Enforcing SafeSearch on a Corporate Network
- What is Google?
- Search History with Bing
- Microsoft Websites
Bing: A Search Engine
Bing is a search engine that does the same things as Google. Bing has a lot of features, including autosuggestions, currency conversions, and result tabs for images, videos, news and shopping.
The Bing Bar and Microsoft Rewards
The Bing Bar has an integration with the Bing search engine. Bing Bar allows search on other Bing services such as Images, Video, News and Maps, which are not included in the traditional web search functions. The Bing Bar's search box will automatically populate itself when users perform a search on another search engine, allowing them to view the results from Bing.
Personalized Advertising: A Search History Perspective
Search history is used to target adverts at users with higher degree of personalization. If you don't like the idea of your data being sent to advertising companies from Bing, you should definitely consider deletion of your search history.
Windows 10 Internet Searches Using Bing
If you use the search box in the Start menu, Windows 10 will always use Bing to perform internet searches. There is no way to change this.
What Have You Searched Before?
Your search history shows what you searched for, when and where you went. It can help improve your search results by taking into account the results that you've clicked.
Bing - A Search Engine for Images
It takes less effort to find good images with Bing. The horizontal scrolling panel is like a slideshow. You can return to the thumbnail view by clicking the close button.
Bing integrates with Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and other programs. You can use a Bing search to find the words you want to use in a presentation. It will immediately fetch search results from Creative Commons, which can be directly inserted in the presentation, the same way you get Bing search options during a Skype chat.
Bing does not limit you to a specific location for searching. You can change the search engine region in the settings. You will get local search and news recommendations from that region regardless of your internet address.
Most people prefer the search engine that is more popular, the one that is called the Google search engine. Bing Maps is not as user friendly as the other one, which is one of the reasons that will continue to dominate. Most of the operators that are common with the internet giant are usable in Bing.
Enforcing SafeSearch on a Corporate Network
Microsoft provides instructions for how to enforce SafeSearch on a single PC, and a corporate network could be configured to do so. Anyone can disabling SafeSearch with two clicks.
What is Google?
The most used search engine is Google. Since 1997 the search engine has been around and has improved with features and integrations. When it comes to basic search results, both Bing and Google look the same.
The search results for both the search engines are the same, except for the logo and the fonts on the top. When a technical question is directed, it will make a difference in how well the search engine performs. If the question is specific, the results will be organized in a better way.
Search History with Bing
When you log into your Microsoft account, Bing tracks every search you make. If you need to get back to something you did in the past, that history can be useful. Privacy could be a concern, as search history can reveal some personal information.
Here's how to get back in control. Bing is the easiest way to see your search history. The hamburger menu can be found in the top-right.
Some of the websites that Microsoft launched during that era are still active today. Microsoft Investor, a business news and investments service that was once produced in conjunction with CNBC, is now called Microsoft Money, and the internet gaming zone is now called the internet autos. Other websites that have been subsumed by Microsoft include the travel website, the online magazine, and the local event and city search website.