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If you’re a Bing user, or thinking of switching to Bing, pay attention. Microsoft has just rolled out a new look for Bing search, which offers a de-cluttered, cleaner and faster experience for Bing users. The new design takes from the Metro theme, obviously, with lots of straight lines and white space.

Microsoft has been upping its game with Bing Microsoft Uses De-Blurring Technology To Clarify Bing Maps [Updates] Microsoft Uses De-Blurring Technology To Clarify Bing Maps [Updates] Read More , trying to rival the ever-dominant Google, and this redesign seems like a good step in the right direction. Not only is the page much less cluttered, but gone are the weird blue and orange colors which never really matched, to be replaced by a subtle Bing logo and not much else. The left sidebar has switched sides, the secondary toolbar under the search box has disappeared, and the line-spacing has been increased significantly. Can you spot the differences?

New look:

Old look:


According to Microsoft, the search itself is now also faster and more accurate, which seems to be true, at least on the accurate part. Overall, there’s no doubt that the redesign turns Bing into a much better search tool. Unfortunately, the new look seems to only be available for Bing US. If you can’t see the new look, trying going here and clicking on “United States”. Hopefully, the new look will reach all other locales soon enough.

What do you think of new look? Are you considering switching to Bing yet?

Source: Bing Community

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  2. gpvprasad
    May 4, 2012 at 12:01 pm

    The number of Makeuseof Decreased in new bing :{

    • Yaara Lancet
      May 5, 2012 at 7:15 am

      You mean the number of results? I doubt these were all real relevant results anyway. :)

  3. gpvprasad
    May 4, 2012 at 11:49 am

    Bing reduced makeuseof count in new look.

  4. Chris Hoffman
    May 4, 2012 at 5:43 am

    That's certainly an improvement! Much cleaner.

    Old Bing always felt a bit dated to me when I tried it, like an old Google.

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