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Windows 7: Microsoft admits that Bing is slow at indexing.

10 Jan 2010   #11
krazdkiller

 

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They didn't do it any favors with the name "Bing" either. It sounds kind of dirty, almost....."I'll Bing you later baby! "
probably meant to. when microsoft / bing registered the keyword phrase "free pictures" and did not expect mostly porn sites pop up in the search results. come on even a noob knows that you just do not put "free pictures" in a search engine search box.

as i said before "have you been ding by bing?"
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I have been using Bing exclusively since June 2009 and I've found the search results much better than Google's.
Oh please!!....I've tried it and it brings back so much generic crap that it reminds me of the engines of the 80's. At least Google brings back the most relevant sites to the entire query. Bing will never come close to the Google results, unless they copy Google. Bing really should just close up shop and call it a day.
actually bing is good at one thing. like i said above it knows how to find the PORN.


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10 Jan 2010   #12
CoolioG

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LOL

He He He. *I'm a Google Fanboy, can't ya tell?*


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