On May 28, 2009, Microsoft announced that “Windows Live Search” will be closing down and to be replaced with “Bing” which is a new search engine with enhanced sorting features better than Google Inc. Microsoft shows the interest to conquer the Search Engines market controlled by Google for the reason that the market are highly profitable line of business since Microsoft only be able to obtain 1/8 of the Search Engine market share currently.
The new search “Decision Engine” at Bing.com can help people make better decisions deal with information overload.
It is designed to empower people to gain insight and knowledge from the Web, moving more quickly to important decisions.
Offers a list of queries that are relevant to your topic; in this case, a search for diabetes delivers related queries in the left-hand navigation.
Offers a list of queries that are relevant to your topic; in this case, a search for U2 delivers some of the band’s popular videos in the search results page.
Bing.com will begin to roll out over the coming days and will be fully deployed worldwide on Wednesday, June 3rd 2009.