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Google: Concise results.

Bing:... well...

 

    

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Hello,

Google: Concise results.

Bing:... well...

I don't get it: The first link tells you the answer.
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Hello,

I don't get it: The first link tells you the answer.

 

Yes. But Google's results just jumps out at you in the first result.

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Yes. But Google's results just jumps out at you in the first result.

This. And the calculator is interactive.

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This. And the calculator is interactive.

 

Exactly.

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Why use either when there's Wolfram Alpha?

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I must be having my own special version of bing

 

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less typing too?

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I wish I could completely avoid Google Search. Unfortunately the alternative, in the case of Bing, isn't up to par yet.

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Not interactive like Google's though.

 

 

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It's also funny how Bing almost exactly copies Google's layout. The only thing missing is a postscript saying "Inspired by Google" ;)

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Too late after BajiRav, but this:

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Google has quite fully featured unit conversion, currency conversion and scientific calculator built in their search term parser (among other things, of which I do not care, however). I've found the unit conversion calculator useful a few times, too.

 

Doesn't make me wonder why Bing doesn't have it - they probably haven't had the time to grow all kinds of bells and whistles around it. In time, they will, too. US version, evidently, already has something along those lines. I'd wish people would stop posting US version screenshots and boasting about it.

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It's also funny how Bing almost exactly copies Google's layout. The only thing missing is a postscript saying "Inspired by Google" ;)

Actually, Google has copied various things that appeared on Bing first.

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You're really bad at searching... I even used the same poor grammar that you used.

 

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Most likely you're using US/UK bing. The bing experience on other countries is awful. I changed my bing local to US, that's the only way to make it usable.

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Google is better.  This is known.

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This is why i use google instead of Bing

http://goo.gl/maps/VRgQ5

http://binged.it/1f9NJ3Z

Bing Maps ***** for rural Quebec, Canada. If i'm going to use Google Maps then i'll use the whole Google service instead.

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Most likely you're using US/UK bing. The bing experience on other countries is awful. I changed my bing local to US, that's the only way to make it usable.

Oh, that's a good point!  OP, where are you searching from?

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Are you trying to work out if your dealer gave you the correct amount.

 

Heh, no. I have some gold that I want to sell. Buyers are quoting prices in grams. :)

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This is why i use google instead of Bing

http://goo.gl/maps/VRgQ5

http://binged.it/1f9NJ3Z

Bing Maps ***** for rural Quebec, Canada. If i'm going to use Google Maps then i'll use the whole Google service instead.

I'm not sure what I'm looking at in both those pictures lol. Apart from Google showing 2 lakes that Bing doesn't show, everything else looks the same.
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I'm not sure what I'm looking at in both those pictures lol. Apart from Google showing 2 lakes that Bing doesn't show, everything else looks the same.

Zoom out. There's a lot of things missing in Bing.

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How much grams...<------FAIL!

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Hello,

Yes. But Google's results just jumps out at you in the first result.

...um ok?

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Zoom out. There's a lot of things missing in Bing.

Ohhhh there we go lol.

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