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So, what exactly is Caffeine? Essentially it’s next generation architecture that will allow faster and more accurate results. Most people will not notice a large difference right away, mostly this sits “under the hood” as Google says. However, web developers and power users probably will notice some differences. If you want to learn more or check updates about Caffeine you can click here.
Whether you are a Microsoft or a Google fan, on thing is for sure, competition is good for the market. I have worried for some time now that since Google is by far and away the most popular search engine, they would allow their status as number one to carry them, which is pretty much what Microsoft did during the late 90’s/early 2000s. Now Microsoft has real competition from Apple and Google and their products are much better. Bing is so good that I actually use it quite often (I especially like their cash back offers when you purchase items using Bing). Will Bing ever replace “google it” in our lexicon? Probably not, but as long as both Microsoft and Google (and Apple I suppose) are viable entities, this will only benefit the consumer.