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MSN Search Beta Allows Relevancy Tweaking
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/12/2004 08:33:00 PM.

Microsoft MSN division officially launched a beta of its new search engine Thursday as it attempts to make inroads into Google's dominance in the search market.

The MSN Search beta is available as a separate site from MSN's main search service, which will continue to gather its search results from Yahoo Inc.'s index. A switchover to the new engine is expected in 2005.

The search engine itself is very vanilla and designed to be similar to Google and Yahoo, so if people switch over to it, they won't be shocked.

But an advanced search feature called Search Builder stood out. It allows users to create custom searches, where they can change the importance of various search criteria. They can specify domains or countries to be searched and construct more complex queries.

Users also can adjust relevancy based on the timeliness of content and can link popularity using a dial-like interface.

Users can save the advanced queries as bookmarks in their Web browser

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  • Hi G3nu1n3, just browsing around and bumped onto your blog.
    Are you a windows user? Why your name is G3, or you are a happy Mac user like me?
    Happy blogging!!

    Best regards from Chile.


    By Blogger Roberto, at 11/12/2004 08:58:00 PM  

  • Hey Thanx for droping by.

    I hope you will be a regular visiter.

    My Alias G3 has nothing to do with the processors used in Apple Computers :-)

    Its abbrev. from G3nu1n3, which is the "so called" 1337 way of writing "Genuine".

    I hope you get all of that.

    Please do visit this blog often if you like to be updated with tech news.

    Take care.

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 11/13/2004 08:39:00 AM  

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