Searching for images can be tough, especially when you’re trying to nail down one with high resolution and the right dimensions. Bing has introduced a new feature that can match an image in a few clicks – without having to go back and scroll through the results pages.
Now when you’re browsing images, you’ll see a button at the bottom of the page that reads “Image Match.” When you click on the button, Bing will give you a list of different images you can narrow down by size.
Head over to the Bing Search Blog to find out more about the process and other ways you can use “Image Match” when you find an image online or already have one you want to match.
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