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A screen shot provided by Microsoft shows changes to Bing's website, unveiled Thursday that will reshape how Bing displays its search results. It represents Microsoft's most dramatic shift in Internet search since the software maker introduced Bing as a �decision engine� nearly three years ago. The revised system presents Bing's results in three panes. The left column will feature the familiar blue links drawn from Bing's formula for finding the most relevant results. The middle section, called Snapshot, is reserved for completing tasks, such as getting directions, making a hotel reservation or buying movie tickets. Although it's located on the right side of the revised results page, the �Sidebar� column is the centerpiece of the new Bing. Sidebar is where Bing users logged into Facebook will see recommendations culled from their Facebook network and enable them to ask questions of their online friends from the results page. The column also will highlight relevant tweets and suggest people that might be worth