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Browser Evolution: Edge's Dual Search Engines Hit the Screens


In the grand cinematic landscape of web browsing, Microsoft's Edge browser has just premiered a blockbuster feature. It’s like stealing the show at the digital red carpet of this month’s Victoria Film Festival. This latest addition to your online Bing search experience can provide your small businesses with a bit of a plot twist.

Picture this: You're the protagonist of a small business, searching for the crucial elements to elevate your storyline—perhaps market research or the latest trends in your industry. You tap into your quest, and here's where the magic unfolds. If Bing is your default search engine, hitting that search icon doesn't just summon Bing's results; it's like watching a double feature where Google (or your alternative search engine of choice) shares the spotlight simultaneously. It's a dual view extravaganza, offering a front-row seat to the best of both worlds without the hassle of flipping between different browsers or tabs.

Information is the coveted golden statuette in the world of small business. The comprehensive search results served up by Edge mean you're not just getting a snippet; you're getting the full-length feature. No need for a sequel with multiple windows—Edge directs the entire cast and crew in one cinematic panorama.

Every blockbuster has its skeptics, and some have raised concerns about potential visual clutter—like a subplot stealing the limelight. But fear not, dear viewer, for Microsoft is attuned to the audience's whispers. Pretty soon you’ll likely be able to tailor your “backup” search engine to suit your cinematic preferences. While the current width of the sidebar is like a fixed frame, the promise of deeper customization options looms on the horizon.

This Edge feature is a narrative twist, a plot device that accelerates the pace of your research, making it more compelling and efficient for small businesses. It's as if Microsoft has scripted a love letter to the business community, a commitment to improving the overall viewing experience and an undeniable bid to clinch the coveted award in the browser game.

For aficionados already seated in the Edge theater, this is an exciting (and long-awaited) sequel. For those still contemplating the switch, it's a compelling reason to grab your popcorn, find your seat and witness the magic unfold on the silver screen of small business browsing.

If you’d like to punch your ticket to this new film or learn more, pop into our website or give us a call. We’d love to hear from you.