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Microsoft Bing: A visual tour of what's new

Microsoft's rebooted Live Search is now called Bing. Here's a tour of the new search engine and what it has to offer.

By Tom Spring, PC World
May 28, 2009 02:01 PM ET

Bing: Microsoft's new search engine

Microsoft Bing home page

Microsoft has replaced Live Search with a new brand called Bing. The new Microsoft search destination is partly an overhaul of the Live Search brand, but is also the renovation of Microsoft's search technology.

Bing, according to Microsoft, lets you find stuff on the Web fast and excels at refining searches so you can locate the lowest priced airfares, reviews of neighborhood boutiques, or track down unimpeachable health information from the Mayo Clinic. Here is a slideshow overview of the new Bing.

TIP: With Bing you can change the front page image by selecting images from past days using the navigation arrows in the lower right hand side of the screen.

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