Re: :-( sp1 removes Instant Search in start menu
But that's the most usefull feature in Vista, with that search (on the right
side) I can find whatever I need to find on my computer, so why are they
removing it that make no sense if they put it there in the first place
When I was with XP, I tried Google search and it was useless, it could not
even find a single file, and the search feature in Vista find exactly what
I'm looking for
"Dave" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "isthis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I am REALLY mad to read (winsupersite.com) that Vista Service Pack 1 R E M
>> V E S the instant search field from the start menu! :-(
>> I use the instant search often, finding it the easiest way find a single
>> file that i'm not certain where lies. And now MS will punish me as a
>> by withdrawing one of the useful features of vista (instead of the many
>> useless ones) just because Google complains.
>> Microsoft, shame on you for NOT focusing on delivering a good product to
>> your customers, but continuing with silly stuff like RED or Version N or
>> different kinds of Vista SKU's.
>> One suggestion would be to make the next version of Windows configurable:
>> installation one can select all ones features - the customer gets far
>> to the kind of windows he wants and competitors and antitrust-politicians
>> their way too. (sort of). This would also help Microsoft figure out where
>> invest development-resources.
>> but until then, i'll just sit here, being bitter over having lost my
>> instant search. :-(
> SP1 does not remove the "Start Search" from the start menu. It only
> removes the "search" from the right pane of the start menu.
> Here is the link if you want to know more.
Thank You in Advance
Merci a l'avance