Microsoft’s outage brings ChatGPT, DuckDuckGo, and Bing down.

Microsoft outage takes down Bing, DuckDuckGo and ChatGPT


There was a significant outage at Microsoft on Thursday morning, which prevented thousands of people from using the company’s premier search engine, Bing. The users of DuckDuckGo and ChatGPT appeared to be affected by the technical troubles as well.

Users have taken to Down Detector to report the problems, with most of the outages occurring in London but reported across the United Kingdom.

Microsoft has not provided any statement about the difficulties that have caused many users of Bing to be presented with an error page that reads “It’s not you, it’s us.” The website also has a panda that appears to be upset because it has spilled its ice cream.

From the fact that DuckDuckGo and ChatGPT have been impacted, it would appear that the issues have expanded to the application programming interface.

An announcement was made by DuckDuckGo on X, which was formerly known as Twitter. The announcement said, “We are currently experiencing an issue with DuckDuckGo Search that may prevent you from getting results.” Sincerely, we appreciate your patience as we work to get everything in order…’

ChatGPT’s owner, OpenAI, has said that it is investigating the matter.

The problems first appeared about eight in the morning, and they continue to cause customers to have occasional difficulties.

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