Tomorrow, March 8th, Microsoft will unveil a beta version of its new (yes, newer than the one they have now) search engine at www.live.com. So what's new?
- Microsoft's own picture and video search. They are dumping Picsearch (for this version only; Picsearch will still be used on MSN for now).
- A sliding scale showing how much of a page to reveal (no idea what that means)
- A smart scroll to allow all search results on a single page (that should be interesting to see)
- A search that will encompass regular searches, news, rss feeds, email (?), local, shopping, and MSN Spaces.
In addition to the new search engine, a revamped live.com site will be presented along with a new Windows Live Toolbar beta.
Exciting stuff! Can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves.
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Ok, live.com with the new stuff is live now, and I gotta say – WAY COOL! I absolutely love it. So much so, that I’ve made it my new start page. You have to go play with it yourself to understand what all it does. This kicks butt!
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