Web search engine by Microsoft
Microsoft's web search engine for the Web, images, videos, shopping, news, maps, travel and local
- Make sure that you spell search words correctly. Remember to leave a space between each word in your query.
- Use words that you would expect to find in the websites that you're looking for.
- Use the
NOTkeywords to combine or exclude words. For example, if you use
tree NOT evergreen, you will get results for trees but not for evergreen trees.
- Vary your search terms. A different word or phrase will return different search results. Use fewer descriptive words, or try words that have a different but similar meaning. For example, try
- Search for exact phrases by placing the search words within quotation marks. For example
"short evergreen tree".
- Basic searches aren't case sensitive.
- Common words, such as
theare ignored unless you use quotation marks around them. For example,
"and" car, or
- If your search includes a date, type the name of the month instead of the calendar number.
- You don't have to type the word
ANDbetween your search words. By default, all searches are
- You can type up to 150 characters, including spaces, in the search box.
What it's good for
- Previously called Live Search and "MSN Search"