In the upcoming version of Windows 10, the code name 19H1, Cortana and the search bar are broken up and moved to separate houses. Unfortunately, the search field has been granted storage by Bing. Windows 10 19H1 is expected to be released around April 2019. We have taken the time to show you how to hide and disable Cortana, and how to force Cortana to search Google instead of Bing. But if you liked and wanted the search bar, then you had to add up with Cortana. Fortunately, Microsoft finally takes care of that problem. But unfortunately you have to continue to search for clouds.
As shown above, in 19H1 you will have a search box and a Cortana icon. You can turn off either or both. To disable Cortana, right-click on the taskbar and deselect "Show Cortana Button." To disable the search box, right-click on the taskbar and select Search> Hidden. You can also choose "Show search icon" here if you just want to see a magnifying glass icon that takes up less space on the taskbar instead of the entire search box.
The change does not go far in our opinions. The search field still contains Bing, and it is no longer possible to disable Bing. Integrated web search on the taskbar has some problems, which appear in the new search settings.
As you can see, Windows now has adult content filter options for your search field. And while it is good to have if the search field should give web results, Bings SafeSearch is not always a guarantee that the results you get are safe at work. In fact, Bing has been really bad.
The next version of Windows will simplify font management and place the startup experience in a dedicated process for increased stability. In addition, Microsoft reorganized the Windows Insider options for a simpler layout.
Windows 10's 19H1 update is moving fast. The latest insider update includes slightly older buildings of individual apps, such as Photos, than in previous buildings. Microsoft has locked these apps for final release and introduced a preview experience to get the latest, unstable versions of apps.