Microsoft’s "decision engine" Bing has highlighted some of the search features that have been incorporated into the redesigned MSN homepage.

Writing on the search platform’s official blog, Kristin Meldahl said that the revamped page represents the biggest overhaul of the MSN site in more than a decade, with Bing services "widely integrated into the new experience".

For example, the Bing search box has been made bigger and is positioned "front and centre" on the homepage.

In news that might be of interest to users of online marketing services, there is also a new emphasis on the popular topics being searched for daily, as well as a Week in Search area with the top trends for the past seven days.

Ms Meldahl added that the redesigned homepage provides more "editorial programming of search-related content", so users will see more video and images linked to their queries.

She also revealed that Microsoft is currently testing an enhanced Search History feature that will make it easier for people to access the information they typically search for direct from the MSN site.

Bing was launched in May 2009.

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