Tag Archives: Windows 10 search

How to Search with Screenshot in Windows 10

How to Search with Screenshot in Windows 10

How to Search with a Screenshot in Windows 10 

Windows 10 includes a cool feature that allows you to search with a desktop screenshot taken with a Snip and Sketch built-in app. The process is very convenient as it starts with a single click. For a captured screenshot, Windows 10 will use Bing to find similar images and and display the results in Microsoft Edge.

Enable or Disable Recent Items in Search in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Recent Items in Search in Windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Recent Items in Search in Windows 10

Along with the release of Windows 10 Build 20236 to Insiders, Microsoft rolled out a new Windows Search experience to everyone. It is a server-side change that has become available to Windows 10 version 1809 and above. It has a number of improvements, and also displays your recent searches right in the search pane once you open it.

Restore Classic Search in File Explorer in Windows 10 version 1909

Restore Classic Search in File Explorer in Windows 10 version 1909

Restore Classic Search Box Behavior for File Explorer in Windows 10 version 1909 with Syntax Highlight, Deleting Items

With a recently released update KB4532695, Microsoft tried to resolve several issues that made their first appearance with the public release of Windows 10 version 1909 'November 2019 Update'. After installing the patch the search is finally usable, but its behavior is ridiculously different from the classic Search box of File Explorer in OS versions prior to 1909.

Fix Broken Search and High CPU Usage in Windows 10 version 1903

Fix Broken Search and High CPU Usage in Windows 10 version 1903

How to Fix Search High CPU Usage in Windows 10 version 1903

As you may remember, an optional cumulative update to users of Windows 10 version 1903 'May 2019 Update', KB4512941/18362.329 has a couple of bugs that affect many users. One of them makes the search/Cortana feature broken and causes high CPU usage, the other bug is a broken screenshot feature.

Enable Floating Search with Rounded Corners in Windows 10

Enable Floating Search with Rounded Corners in Windows 10

How to enable Floating Search with Rounded Corners in Windows 10

Microsoft is working on a new floating search pane that comes with rounded corners and appears in the center of the screen. With a simple Registry tweak, this new feature can be enabled in stable versions of the OS. Let's see how it can be done.