Windows® 7 Bing®
It can be quite a challenging task, if you have to find just the right file when you need it. In case you have forgotten the location of your file or any program and you are unable to recall it; then, how will you get the desired file or program? The Windows Search tool in Windows 7 operating system gives you a simple and a comprehensive solution for searching and systematizing the content about which you are well concerned. Rather, that content is on your computer, on the web, or in an e-mail message as an attachment.
Windows 7 Internet Explorer 8 makes it easy to search the World Wide Web from the Bing Search text box which is to the right of the 'Stop' button on the bar. You begin the search by clicking the Search button which is the one with the magnifying glass after you click the text box and then enter the keywords which is known as a search string. You can also press 'Enter' to start the search.
Bing Search in Windows 7 Internet Explorer 8 also helps you find sites of your interest by showing possible topics in a list on a drop-down menu whose names start with the characters that you type as the search string. If the topic that you want to search appears on this list, you can begin the Web search by clicking its name on the menu. If you want the search results page to appear in a new tab rather than replace the Internet page displayed in the existing tab, you can also press 'Alt+Enter' from your keyboard after entering your search string into the Bing Search text box.
After you are assured that you have seen the best matches to your search, but you still haven’t found the Web sites that you’re looking for, you can start with a new search in the Bing Search text box by using slightly distinct terms.
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