Microsoft’s Bing says it encounters billions of ‘invisible URLs’ daily / Digital Information World


A new report from Fabrice Caneau then brought to light a very interesting discovery regarding Bing. And this is related to how it manages to encounter billions of invisible URLs daily.

That’s clearly a significant amount of new URLs that anyone can notice in a single day, what do you think?

However, the World Wide Web is huge and there is a lot of content out there. Not everything you see has to be of the same level. Some are definitely far more superior than others and that’s why you’ll even find junk content, AI, gibberish, and just stuff that doesn’t make sense anymore.

The news was explained via Fabrice’s Twitter account, which claims that most of this type of content is unnecessary. He’s even taken to enlisting examples that include duplicate material, things scratched on the surface, and things that are just generated by automated means.

Some of the URLs relate to spam, junk mail, etc. And although Bing Searches encounters billions of such URLs daily, we have great doubts as to whether it actually indexes them or not at all.

Fabrice agrees that most of it is pretty useless and as you might expect the news managed to draw a lot of viewers into how Bing struggles with regular tasks which would only make the things.

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