11/17/2022 (Thu) 00:04
If your interest is purely good search, then do what works for you. If your interest is staying private from tracking (which it seems is the case since you advocated for adblockers), don't use Bing. It's owned by Microsoft, which is the M in FAGMAN. They're no different when it comes to data collection.
If you like using specifically Bing and want privacy, there is a solution. Use a Searx instance. They essentially serve up the information a search engine provides, while keeping you private from the search engine. You can select any Searx instance from this list: https://searx.space/.
Click one under "URL", then click the gear icon in the top right hand corner. Then select the "engines" tab and you can select to only search from Bing. You can tell it to also search from Google if you'd like, so you can get multiple search results from different search engines at the same time.
Good on you for making the change. Keep in mind that adding more add-ons to your browser can make you more identifiable to the websites you visit. Again, if your main concern is keeping private from nosy trackers, try to use the Brave browser. It has trackers blocked by default, and blocks ads by default, no need to add extra plug-ins. Ultimately, your best option is to use the tor browser, which endchan even has an onion for.>tfw no negro mammy to suckle to sleep