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Bing, Microsoft's search engine, just launched a new way for Facebook users to view their feed's latest photos without actually traversing onto Facebook.com. Though this feature is really just a byproduct of a very close friendship between Microsoft and Facebook, it's a benefit to you if you'd like to stay privy to the happenings on your feed without getting sucked into the mutiny of status updates.
First things first, navigate to bing.com/friendsphotos. Bing will then immediately prompt you to log in with your Facebook account. Click Log in to Facebook to log in with your account.
Enter your credentials. The app will announce that it has access to your Facebook account. Continue if you're alright with this.
Afterward, Bing will aggregate your photos into a columns grid. You'll be able to view individual comments and Likes associated with each photo, though you won't be able to click on the profile links of non-friends.