Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 19 Mar 2007.
This is just... wrong! I sure wouldn't like to be an employee in a company that would require me to use Live Search.
I use Live Search mainly because I prefer the site's setup to Google, it's a lot more flexible and has some nifty features. However Microsoft aren't going to catch up until they get the basics right, and I keep finding myself having to revert to Google when Live Search doesn't yield the right results...after all, the biggest part of a search engine is, well, its search engine.
Live search is franky crap. I use google because it's fast, accurate and has minimal ads.
Having to use a Win OS at work is bad enough, now they want to bribe companies to only use their search engine, please..
I like the idea of getting a corporate company to all use the same search engine, but their method to achieving it I dislike. It makes sense having all employees working from the same search engine - but at the end of the day, it'll be Google.
and once they have domination and knocked google out the market they will then force us to pay for a search engine. 10p a search?
The only way they can get people to use their search then?
I will always use Google, it gets me what I need quickly and accurately. Every other search is either ad bloated or just plain crap.
and another search engine for the list for search engines that i will never use.
only bit of the live bit I have liked is the sat pics which seem in places to be higher res than google earth and have an ok interface.
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