Microsoft's Bing Search Engine has always been particularly useful for Windows 10 users. It's integrated into tech giant's Cortana virtual assistant as well as Microsoft Edge, so it's no secret that anyone with Windows 10 has probably used it at least a few times to perform quick searches.
But what may not be common knowledge is that Bing can be used as a way to get a quick answer if a user is to perform an action in Windows 1
However, the first method is Windows search, located at the bottom left of the taskbar between Windows and the Timeline buttons. Then just click or tap and enter your question. In our example, we asked "how to change desktop colors" in Windows 10. The result is a quick, step-by-step guide on the Microsoft Help website on how to do just that.
Another way to get answers is to use Bing on Microsoft Edge. You can easily find an answer by opening Edge and typing your question in the URL form. This is especially useful when you have a more complicated answer, because in some cases the answer at the top is not always the most relevant. In our case, we asked "how to delete user account in Windows 10" and instead got a result for how to close an entire Microsoft account. Fortunately, here at On MSFT we have already covered as you can see our more relevant how you downstairs.