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Bing Images Search by License

Bing’s Image Search provides various combinations of filters using which you can narrow down your searches to acquire the exact results you are seeking. You can search by size, type, color, layout, people, and date. However, unless you are just visually browsing — there’s no sense in looking for pictures that you cannot use. Yes, there’s nothing stopping you from saving these pictures and using them in your presentations or elsewhere — but did you know that this simple task may not be legal? So how can you determine which picture can be used legally, and which ones cannot be used? That’s exactly the topic of this page — we will explore what we believe is Bing’s most essential filter above all other filters — yes, this is the License filter.

Learn how to search images in Bing using the built in License filters.

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