Microsoft Edge’s new search feature is really making me consider switching from Chrome

A new feature has just been unveiled in Microsoft Edge by Mikhail Parakhin, CEO of Advertising and Web Services at Microsoft. Users can now search the web using two search engines simultaneously, switching between search engines based on their default settings.

MSPoweruser gives us a good example to explain how this works. Let’s say Bing is your default search engine. If you click on the search icon highlighted in the tweet below, you will also see results from your alternate search engine, such as Google. This also works in reverse, so you can navigate through your search results at the same time and compare the two based on what you’re looking for.

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