Microsoft Added Coronavirus Tracking Tool to Windows 10 Search Engine

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Microsoft has added a new feature to the operating system’s search engine so that Windows 10 users can easily access Bing’s coronavirus information page. Windows 10 users will now be able to directly access Bing’s coronavirus page through the search section of Windows 10.

Almost all countries in the world are struggling with the coronavirus outbreak while trying to find the right information about the course of the outbreak in people who are at home. Technology companies are using their new tools to enable people to access epidemic information faster.

Microsoft shares coronavirus data with people on a page it prepares. On the page prepared for the Bing search engine, coronavirus cases and death numbers are shown numerically by country, but are also marked on the map. Graphs and news can also be accessed through the coronavirus outbreak on Bing’s coronavirus information page.

Bing’s coronavirus page can be accessed from Windows 10’s search bar
Bing’s coronavirus information page will now also be available in the search section of Windows 10. Thanks to the new connection provided by Microsoft, Windows 10 users will be able to access coronavirus data and news directly from the search bar.

Microsoft implemented server-side changes for the new feature of Windows 10. To use the new coronavirus connection of Windows 10, it is necessary to have Windows 10 October 2019 update.

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