Microsoft has released a new updated for its Bing desktop application today, which brings with it support for all versions of Windows from XP and above, and support for an additional 4 languages, French, German, Chinese and Japanese.
Bing Desktop version 1.1 has also been redesigned to provide users with a faster and easier route to find search results, and provides highlights of the top news, videos, images and popular topics within the search bar.
“To start searching, simply click on the Bing taskbar icon, or the Bing tile on your Windows 8 Start screen, and the search bar will automatically appear at the front of the screen. Type in a search term or phrase using the autosuggest keywords or your search history, and the search results will appear in your default browser. You’re off and running in a matter of keystrokes. When not in use, the search box recedes into the background to maximize precious screen space.”
For more information on the new Bing Desktop app and to download, jump over to the Microsoft Bing community announcement webpage.
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