How to Perform Reverse Image Search in bing

Bing is an Internet search engine optimized by Microsoft. As a search engine, it helps users find different types of information on the Internet and works in the same way as other search engines such as Google and Yahoo. In all of these search engines, you can search for keywords for websites, images, articles, videos, music and,books among others. Searching for images is one of the most difficult because it is not always easy to find online images of the size best suited to you. However, Microsoft has overcome this problem by incorporating the image matching function in Bing, which makes it easier to find particular images.

Bing Reverse Image Search

1.Go to the Bing website. On your desktop, open the browser currently installed on your computer. From the browser’s address bar, access the Bing search engine by typing

A browser is a program used to browse the Internet. Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome are some of the most popular browsers.

2. Look for Images in Bing. When Bing is up, you will see a menu bar in the middle of the page and on the site. The menu bar consists of options such as web, images, videos, news, MSN and more. Click “Images” to search for images.
Sometimes, the menu bar may not be visible when your screen is set to full screen. In such scenarios, go to the address bar and type to search for pictures.

3. Enter keywords for the images you need for the search field. Do you remember the research field mentioned in section 2? Your job is to take and process the keywords. Go to the search box and type a keyword for the type of keyword / image you are looking for, then press Enter Key

A keyword can be any word like “mountain”, “education” or even a human name like “Chris Evans”.

4. Display the “Image matching” button. When you see the different images associated with your keyword displayed on the screen as search results, enter the mouse and place the mouse over an image. Then you will see a button at the bottom of this image indicating “Image Match”. Click this button.
Image Adjustment is the feature that allows you to match the desired images with the appropriate resolution and size.

5. Check the different sizes of the image you have chosen. When you click on the “Image Match” button, Bing returns a list of images of different sizes. This then reduces your search based on image size and allows you to get specific results for images that meet your needs.
Click on “View all dimensions” to enlarge the list of images.

6. Search for an image online with a reverse image search. Bing, through the image matching function, can also help you look for images by doing a reverse search, that is, when you do not enter a keyword in the search engine, but use a real image to see if there are identical images or associated online. You must upload an image from your computer to Image Match or enter the URL of the image.

7. Click on the “Image match” button to show the blue “Load image” option. Select this option and look for the image on your computer.
Below the “Load image” option there is a field similar to the search field. In this area, you can type or paste the URL of an image you want to find more online.

To get the URL of an image, right click on an online photo to display a menu. Choose “Copy URL image”. Go back to Bing, then right-click on “Transfer image” and click on “Paste”.


This is how you do a reverse image search using Bing. By using this you can search any images relevant to your images. You can find the same images with different sizes, different clarity and, sites which uploaded them.

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