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Microsoft Won’t Force Bing Search In Office 365 ProPlus

WebProNews Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Microsoft is backtracking on plans to force Bing on Office 365 ProPlus users following pushback. On January 22, Microsoft announced it would include the Microsoft Search Bing extension with Office 365 ProPlus, effectively making Bing the default search engine, forcing it on users whether they wanted it or not. Needless to say, the backlash was…

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