Microsoft is making its own search engine for Windows laptops.
It will have its own internal search engine, and it will have a team that will develop search technologies that could replace Google and Bing.
The company is working with a group called Search Engine Alliance to develop the technology, a Microsoft spokesperson said in an email to The Verge.
Microsoft has been experimenting with its own version of the Bing search engine on Windows laptops for some time.
Search engine technologies can help solve some of the problems faced by Google and other search engines in the operating system, including ranking more frequently, using fewer resources and making it easier to filter results, according to Bing’s founder, John Doerr.
Microsoft’s search engine will have capabilities similar to Google’s, including the ability to use data from the search engine to serve relevant results and use contextual data to customize its search results based on your search query.
Bing has also been trying to improve its search engine experience on Windows, and in recent years has made some significant improvements.
Google has been using a “solution-first” approach to building search engines, and Microsoft’s approach is similar, said Craig Mundie, who has been with Microsoft for 15 years.
Microsoft plans to launch a search engine engine in the Windows 10 Creators Update in the second quarter of 2020.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said last month that he was interested in getting “a big piece of the search market” and that he wanted to make sure he had a competitive edge over competitors in the search space.
The search engine was announced last month at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.