Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Introduced New Bing image search Filter



The search engine Microsoft offers new filters that can sort images according to usage rights attached to them. Bing, the Microsoft search engine, has added a new feature to the image search to filter the results taking into account the rights of use. The images are the asset for many users and whether bloggers, teachers, students, publishers, yet small businesses may need to use images without usurping the rights. The filters are used to classify the images that are in the public domain, free to be used and shared, free to be used and shared for commercial open source operating be used, shared and modified and finally free to be used , shared or modified for commercial exploitation. Note that this option is not currently available for the U.S. version of Bing. Microsoft states that the image search function is also available directly from any Office 2013 software. In addition, the results displayed by default in ordered licensed images.

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