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MSN Search ... No More BETA !!!
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/01/2005 09:28:00 AM.

MSN today debuted a version of its new MSN Search service. (Doesnt Say Beta Now)

New MSN Search is being launched in 25 markets and 10 languages simultaneously. It is entirely based on Microsoft technologies for the first time.

Features include: Search builder, Customized searching that adapts to user habits, Image searching, News searching, My Page (portal), Easier to tell which links are ads and which aren't, Better integration with Expedia and RSS feeds

MSN Search has more than 40,000 Encarta encyclopedia articles and associated media available for free to MSN Search users, which translates to more than 1.5 million Instant Answers.

View: MSN NewsBot Information page

Visit: http://search.msn.com/


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