The homepage of Bing owned by Microsoft now features a new daily quiz called Bing Daily Quiz. This one is intended to drive engagement and broaden the horizons of the users of Bing with trivia. It is an offshoot of a previous feature of the Bing wallpaper that would offer up the interesting trivia about the correct wallpaper being displayed.
For those who want to give a try, please take the following steps. To try it, the first thing that you need to do is to go to the official website of Bing. Then, the Bing homepages hould show an icon with a scholastic cap on it. All that you have to do is to click on the said icon. By doing that step, there will be a short question with three options on it, answering it triggers the rest of the quiz.
When you are free to try the one question suggested by Microsoft, there are two more questions that promptly show themselves after the first one is correctly answered. All of them are related, and if you are the kind to take the educational quizzes on the search engines, they will not be much of a bother.
What should you do if you cannot manage to see the icon with a scholastic cap on it? If that one or the Bing Daily Quiz is missing, first of all, you need to check the location in the Settings. Just like many features offered by Bing, this Bing Daily Quiz requires you to be in the United States or actively change your Bing region to the United States from the settings menu. How to change it?
In order to manually change your region to United States using Bing Settings, the first thing that should be done is to open the official website of Bing in your web browser. Then, click on the Hamburger or 3 lines icon given at the top right corner of Bing homepage. That step will make you possible to see Settings options at the top in the main menu. All that you have to do is to click on it. if you expand the Settings option, you will be able to see Country/Region option in the list. After that, click on Change your country/region link and Bing will show a list of all available regions to choose. The last thing that should be done is to click on United States – English region and Bing will load the homepage again.
Those are all the steps that you need to follow to manually change your region to United States using Bing Settings. Now it is time for you to move your mouse cursor at different places on the background image on the Bing homepage and you will get the Bing Daily Quiz icon or the icon with a scholastic cap on it successfully. In case you still cannot manage to find it, do not hesitate to contact the customer service of Bing and try the suggested method.