Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010
From my tests caffeine consistently produced more relevant results with a massive reduction in spam sites, I would say on the 1-10 scale the improvement is a 6.
Going back to Bing, when you take into account that it is the default search engine when windows is installed, and every time you install an MS product these days it wants to change your default provider to Bing, then it's a total failure!! given the placement of the product in front of millions of windows users the market share is a disgrace.
I forgot about the default search provider being set to Bing. Most users will skip right through the IE8 setup and leave it as such which would account for most of the adoption rate so far.
With that in mind I would be inclined to agree with you John...