Microsoft has released New Update on Windows 11 and added a Search Bar on the Desktop. Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120 to users in the Dev Channel. It introduces a search bar on the desktop, along with some rather exciting improvements for both home and business users.
What Does this New Update Bring?
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16215 has brought a new search bar to the desktop, which can be accessed by opening the Start menu, clicking on the “Search” icon, and typing “Cortana“.
This new search bar allows users to easily find files and apps on their computers by simply entering a keyword or phrase. It also includes a “Recently Used” section that lists all of the files and apps that have been used recently.
This new update is just the first step in Microsoft’s plan to make Cortana more user-friendly. In the future, the company plans to add more features and options to Cortana.
The Search Bar on the Desktop
Windows 11 Preview Build 25120 introduces a search bar on the desktop, making it easier to find what you’re looking for on your computer. The search bar is located in the centre of the desktop. You can use it to search for files and apps, or just type a word or phrase into the text box and Windows will autocomplete it as you type.
The search bar is a great way to quickly find what you’re looking for on your computer. It’s especially helpful if you have a lot of files and folders scattered around your desktop. Just type a word or phrase into the text box, and Windows will start searching for files and apps that contain that word or phrase. You can even use the search bar to find specific files or folders on your computer.
Disable and Enable Desktop Search Bar
If you want to enable and disable the search bar, you can just do so:
Disable Desktop Search Bar
- Right-click on the desktop and select the Show more option on the pop-up menu or use the shortcut button Shift+F10.
- Windows 11 Search Bar remove after Finding and Clicking the Show Search option.
Enabling Desktop Search Bar
If you want to use the desktop search bar, First you have to install the build 25120 tool on your computer. Other users need to enable it to use it.
Why was it Released?
Microsoft released a Windows Preview Build that includes a search bar on the desktop. This build is only available to Insiders who have upgraded to Windows 11 version 25120, and it’s only available in English at the moment. Microsoft says the search bar is “designed to make it easy for you to find what you’re looking for on your computer.”
Windows 11 Preview Build 25120 has introduced a search bar on the desktop. This new feature may help users find what they are looking for more easily. The search bar is located in the centre of the desktop and offers quick access to files, settings, apps, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q. Is this the final release of Windows 11?
Ans. This is an Insider Preview build. This is not a final release of Windows 11.
Q. What is the difference between the Windows 11 Preview Build 25120 and the final version of Windows 11?
Ans. The final version of Windows 11 will be released in Spring 2017. Build 25120 was released as a preview so that users who are eager to try the latest innovations with their new operating system can experience it more quickly.
Q. What are the changes in Windows 11 Preview Build 25120?
Ans. Windows 11 Preview Build 25120 includes a new button for the Start menu that lets you search your PC for anything. It also includes improvements like an Edge browser with tabs and Cortana on your desktop.