Halloween is finally upon us all here in the United States, and Microsoft’s Bing search engine is celebrating along with the rest of the country. While the search engine already provided a few tips and fun activities for you ahead of the Halloween holiday, Bing is now showing off the Halloween spirit with a spooky ‘Haunted Graveyard’ themed homepage.
To access the homepage, all you need to do is visit Bing.com from now until the end of the Halloween holiday. As seen above, the page features an image of a haunted graveyard and also has a small area to the right which lets you pause or play an eerily appropriate looping soundtrack of crows screeching and thunder roaring. A background video also continuously loops on the page, showing a lighting bolt popping out of the foggy sky and right through the Bing search box.
As an added treat, you also can also Use Bing today to head over to Microsoft Rewards and run a “Thriller night” search for 10 points. And, for added points, you also can search up images of “Abandoned theme parks” and other spooky images for up to 40 points in total. How are you celebrating Halloween today? Are you dressed up as any Microsoft related people for Halloween? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment in the section below!Further reading: Bing, Halloween, Microsoft, rewards, Search