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Topic # 193724 22-Mar-2016 09:29
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Then i realised the mate's computer was using Bing. I knew Google was best but i didn't know Bing was light years behind!

Search Google for new ipad the latest one revealed hours ago is shown.

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  Reply # 1517405 22-Mar-2016 10:04
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I loose track of Apple names for their tablet devices, it has become such a free for all with what they are called, but hey at leaSt we got a price cut

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  Reply # 1517408 22-Mar-2016 10:07
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Can't stand bing. never gives me the results I want


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change your region to US

 

Bing in NZ is in beta, the US version works much better


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  Reply # 1517522 22-Mar-2016 12:16
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nathan:

 

change your region to US

 

Bing in NZ is in beta, the US version works much better

 

 

Or stick with Google that has always just worked!


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  Reply # 1517534 22-Mar-2016 12:33
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As above, US version of Bing produces results that are far ahead of NZ Bing

Also type cricket world cup in both google and Bing and see which results you prefer and analytics.




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