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  1. GT2010PassportVersion
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    Okay I never thought in my life I would switch to Bing because I've always used google search but recently my experience has become sour not because of the fight's Microsoft and google but rather of what google search has begun the news area no longer gives u the option to show articles of every last hour but im only getting mixed articles with different time scales so this kinda is pissing me off google keeps changing the other day on Gmail I couldn't find compose and the menu that shows up to compose never does a simply button is or was the best way but now they have changed it >_< to that popup menu not very user friendly anymore that's all that im gona say ^_^

    By the way im using Bing now the integrated one anybody know how to get news feeds to show in 30 min to last hour ago lol have the same problem here but im using integrated Bing anybody know how to change this thanks oh and I've begun to change everything I sign up to , to my outlook account :D
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    There is not a single comma or period in that entire message. I honestly have a hard time understanding the above.
    Just the subject line I see it saying two different things:
    Google search, no more using Bing now
    or
    Google search no more, using Bing now
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    Ok, I think someone will need to change that so it uses commas etc. However it's good that you've changed to Bing. I still periodically use Google myself.

    "Fortune cookie said: 'Outlook not so good'. I said: 'Sure, but Microsoft ships it anyway'."
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    Quote Originally Posted by howie View Post
    There is not a single comma or period in that entire message. I honestly have a hard time understanding the above.
    Just the subject line I see it saying two different things:
    Google search, no more using Bing now
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    Google search no more, using Bing now
    really? I read it just fine.
    Maybe your brain is not functioning well
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    Good. Now try using Bing to look up how to use punctuation marks. LOL.
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    Really spell checking this is the 2000end era not 1980 era >_<
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    Quote Originally Posted by GT2010PassportVersion View Post
    Really spell checking this is the 2000end era not 1980 era >_<
    So this is the era of idiots? I don't wanna live anymore :(
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    hay come on its not like that :'(
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    How about if we stay on subject and be nice to each other?

    As for Bing, I've found it's inconsistent in when it offers me the option to sort by time range. I wish it was an option all the time. But sometimes it's there and sometimes it's not.

    I also prefer to not use the integrated Bing search button. Instead, I go to Bing in the browser. Why? Two main reasons.

    1) In the browser I'll at least sometimes have the option to filter by time range
    2) In the browser a search will add to my Bing Rewards points.

    If those two options were included in the search button I'd definitely use it much more.
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    I've really warmed to Bing. When I first tried switching "cold turkey," it took a week to get used to it. But the search is very good, competitive with Google, and the news, video and image search is FAR superior.
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    I have started using Bing more also but google still gives me better results most of the time.
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    I stopped using google when they changed their mobile google site to an ugly wap site for windows users. Check out the IOS and google ones. I love Bing but one thing I would like to change in it is the ability to keep or remove Bing wallpaper. It bugs me some times.

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