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Bing downloader downloads images from US, Japan and International Bing search engines simultaneously

An interesting feature about Microsoft search engine Bing is its cool home page look. Every day a new wallpaper image is set as its background to please the user. Of course you can download the Bing background image manually, but it is depends on the web browser used.

You might hear about the Bing Downloader, a little handy app dedicated for downloading images from Bing home page. This little app will automatically (need to execute daily) download images from Bing homepage and save to your PC.

The new version has support to download image from US, Japan (Japan has a different image than US) and International Bing search engines simultaneously. And also there are no bugs as it was reported in the previous version.

This is a small 200KB application and required Microsoft .NET Framework 2 or higher installed. You can download it from the program home page.


  1. Try Bing Wallpaper Downloader:

    It comes with nicer interface. It not only can download bing images automatically, but also can set the downloaded images as your desktop wallpaper.

    Definitely worth trying...


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