SUMMARY: Limit the relative size of images returned from a Bing search.
When using Microsoft's Bing search engine to look for images, you may only want to display pictures of a particular size. It's easy to limit results to small, medium, large, or wallpaper-sized images.
1. Click "Images" underneath "Explore" from Bing's front page to search for images, or access Bing's image search directly via one of the following URLs:
2. Perform an image search. As an example, search for boston.
3. On the left side of the results page, click the plus sign next to "SIZE" and click either "small", "medium", "large", or "wallpaper".
The results page will change reflecting your choice.
Return to the Bing Search Engine page.
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