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What is the difference between Google and Bing?

Asked by B. Wright, Last updated: Dec 20, 2019

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H. Reyes

H. Reyes, Science Teacher, California

Answered Sep 05, 2019

Google and Bing are both search engines and they belong to different companies. While Google is owned by Google itself, Bing is a search engine just like Google and it is owned by Microsoft. To clearly define their differences, the first thing to know is that Google is more popular compared to Bing, Google is still the best till the time you are reading this.

The huge popularity that Google is enjoying might not be unconnected with the fact that it has been for over the decade now, and also because of the special and unique technology with which it is being run, coupled with the fact that it also has an improved algorithm compared to Bing. Due to the huge acceptability Google is enjoying, it is most times used as a verb. For example: All assignments given are to be googled for better answers. Although, Google may be the best as of now, Bing is still a better alternative. At times, you find the right answers to your questions from Bing than Google

 

R. Barnes

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R. Barnes, Analyst, PhD, Clinton

Answered Aug 22, 2019

The primary contrast between Google and Bing is that Bing is preferable when conducting video searches while Google comes wholly featured. Google has been the leading force in the search engine world. Bing, on the other hand, lost its momentum due to the competition provided by Google. Bing is the last name that was utilized by Microsoft's search engine.

Previously, it was well known as Windows Live Search and MSN search. The Bing brand came intending to offer real-world results than just finding text on a page and called itself a 'decision engine.' Google has certain things that Bing does not provide, such as health info, movie, and video game release dates. Google will perform better when specific questions, such as technical questions are asked. Google will produce and organize results in a far better way.

 

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