Is there really any doubt Google has Microsoft beat by 10 folds for search results? Here is a search I did on a Microsoft Great Plains error: “No TaxScheduleKey, but TaxAmount was passed in” Apparently Live.com doesn’t index Microsoft’s own newsgroups. Google does. Also Live.com the suggested alternative searches are based on the word “passed” which is a giant leap to assume my entire query revolves around 1 word. Google suggested TaxAmount as two words. I recently listened to Adam Bosworth MySQL speech in which he said how Google comes up with their “Did you mean” algorithm. It has nothing to do with a dictionary lookup, but instead looks at the past queries and what suggestions users ended up clicking when presented with choices for “Did you mean”. It really means Google is becoming a better search engine without any code changes, something Microsoft should take a qu from.