Microsoft Edge Browser – This new search feature in Edge is a revolution
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July 22, 2024

I’m Lewis, the director of Shepherd IT. I had a passion for technology since I was a young boy, I excelled in IT and computer science at college and started my career as a technology analyst helping people with their businesses IT problems.

Microsoft Edge Browser, Once again, is presenting us with a new feature. This week it’s about making our online searches on the Microsoft Edge Browser smarter and more efficient. This might be the push you need to switch over to the Microsoft Edge Browser.

The Microsoft Edge Browser has a cool new feature, as revealed by Mikhail Parakhin, CEO of Advertising and Web Services at Microsoft. Imagine this: you’re searching on the Microsoft Edge Browser for something important for your business – maybe it’s market research or the latest trends in your industry. You type in your query, and you get results from not one but two search engines at the same time.

So how does it work?

Let’s say Bing is your default search engine. When you hit the search icon, you won’t just see Bing’s results, you’ll also get a peek at what Google (or your alternative search engine of choice) has to offer. This dual view works both ways, ensuring you’re not missing out on any valuable information.

In business, information is diamond. Having access to comprehensive search results means you’re more likely to find the most relevant, diverse, and valuable information. No more switching between browsers or tabs to compare search results – Edge now does that for you in a single view. How amazing is that from the Microsoft Edge Browser?

Many people have raised the concern about potential clutter from combining two search engines results. That is a valid point, and Microsoft is listening and addressing these concerns… Parakhin hinted at the possibility of customizing your ‘backup’ search engine to streamline the experience. While the sidebar’s width is currently fixed, there’s an openness to explore deeper customization options soon.

This feature in the Microsoft Edge Browser is quite a lure. It simplifies the task of searching, making research quicker and more effective. You get the best of both worlds without the hassle of juggling multiple windows.

And it’s more than just a convenience; it’s a step towards smarter, more efficient browsing, especially for us in the business community. It demonstrates Microsoft’s commitment to improving user experience and staying competitive in the browser game.

For current Microsoft Edge Browser fans, this is an exciting upgrade. For everyone else, it’s a compelling reason to consider making the switch.

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