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4 November 2009No Comment

Microsoft has redesigns the new MSN home page and this is one of the most significant redesign over the decade. The new MSN home page is designed to be the best home page on the Web, with powerful Bing search, the top news and hottest entertainment, and some of the most popular social networks — all in a fresh new look. The new homepage page can previewed at http://preview.msn.com. The new home page will begin rolling out today and become widely available to U.S. customers early next year.

New MSN Home Page

The clean and new MSN home page cuts through the clutter with 50 percent fewer links than the previous home page and a simplified navigation across news, entertainment, sports, money and lifestyle.

The new MSN home page also embraces the latest customer trends by deeply integrating powerful search from Bing and providing easy access to Facebook, Twitter and Windows Live services, comprehensive local information and in-line video. Sophisticated technology powers the home page to deliver personally relevant information, and improved performance satisfies people’s need for speed.

Key Features of the new MSN Home Page:

  • Innovative search technology from Bing. Deeper Bing integration on the new home page helps people make faster and more informed decisions and easily find the information they want from anywhere on the Web.
  • Information and news people care about. The new home page delivers against the No. 1 customer request — simplicity and ease of use, through its fresh design and smart categorization.
  • Convenient ways to communicate. Simplicity drove the clean integration of popular social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter and Windows Live.

Check out the new home page here.

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