When you search for images on Bing, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes to ensure you’re getting high-quality image results.
For instance, when you are searching specifically for photos, Bing is going to deliver the best images it can find – while other search engines may instead return maps. Bing also uses filters to help narrow down image search results, allowing you to sort by size, color, layout, date and even license (e.g., Creative Commons). The clip art filter helps you zero in on illustrations instead of photos, if that’s what you’re really after.
You’ll also find better quality thumbnail photos in the initial round of results, compared to Google.
Head over to Bing’s Search Quality Insights Blog to find out how Bing works to give you high-quality image results.
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