There’s a lot of content on the Internet, and using your browser
to find what you need is an important skill that you should
master. If you want to search the entire web for a site, page, or
document, you can do so in Internet Explorer 10 by typing a
search term in the address bar or by using a search engine such
as Bing or Google. You can go to a particular search engine by
entering its URL, such as www.bing.com, in the address bar and
pressing Enter. Bing is the default search engine if you use the
address bar to search.
Search the Internet
1 With Internet Explorer 10 open, rightclick
2 Enter a search term, such as pollution,
in the address bar.
3 Press Enter.
4 Click in the Bing search field.
5 To narrow your search further, enter a
search term such as water pollution.
6 Click Search.
7 Click a category such as Images or
News to narrow your search.
8 Click any result to go to that site
If you want to make changes to Bing search settings, click the
Preferences button in the upper-right corner. In the page that
appears, you can filter adult content, turn on Search Suggestions,
change the display language, and specify your location
so that results are more relevant to you.