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What does MSN stand for?

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MSN stands for the Microsoft Network, an online service from Microsoft Corp. In September of 2014, the company rolled out a new look to the MSN service.

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MSN´s website consists of sections for news, entertainment, sports, money, lifestyle, health and fitness, food and drink, travel, autos and video. From the home page, visitors can also directly access other Microsoft services, such as Outlook, OneNote, OneDrive and Office. They can also conduct a Web search using the Bing search bar that sits at the top of the page. Microsoft gets the content from its partners, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and CNN.

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