Bing toys with more Home Page changes

By Kip Kniskern | In Bing | Posted March 27, 2013 4 comments

It looks like Bing has finally gotten around to changing the Hotmail link on the Bing Home Page to Outlook.com, and some of our readers are pointing out some other changes they’re seeing as well.

Luckily for Bing, they’ve managed to change the one line of code in their home page to reflect that Hotmail has been called Outlook.com since last June, barely (we hope) beating the time it’s taking to produce a Metro/Modern Calendar for Outlook.com:

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But for some of our readers, at least (we’re not seeing these changes here just yet), the home page has some additional changes.  Along the bottom of the page, our readers (and thanks for the tips, guys!) are seeing visual representations of “Popular Now” links:

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We’re glad to see Outlook.com make the home page.  Are you seeing the new Popular Now images, or are you seeing any other changes in Bing.com?

Posted March 27th, 2013 at 10:53 am
Category: Bing
Tags: Home Page, Outlook.com
  • luis matoso

    Yes, I have Outlook and visual representations, but if you go click in “preferences” you can see a lot of differences, very “metro”. I like, in the left side of “preferences”, the new button to return to Bing main page. I do enjoy this changes

  • http://twitter.com/luismatoso Luis Matoso

    Yes, I have Outlook and visual representations, but if you go click in “preferences” you can see a lot of differences, very “metro”. I like, in the left side of “preferences”, the new button to return to Bing main page. I do enjoy this changes

  • http://www.techmansworld.com/ Michael Hazell

    I posted about this on my website a day before you guys did. What took ‘ya so long? :P

  • http://www.techmansworld.com/ Michael Hazell

    I posted about this on my website a day before you guys did. What took ‘ya so long? :P