Re: "Search Desktop" window in taskbar
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"John P." wrote:
> Thanks, wb5vpm. Somehow I saw the long list of stuff under "Windows Update"
> immediately following Windows Search, and thus overlooked Windows Search.
> Before I delete the program, does anyone have an opinion on whether it's
> worth keeping / using, or does it raise more privacy concens than it's worth?
> (I have read what the Microsoft site says about it.) Is it more useful than
> the Start > Search function (for my computer), and/or than the Search box on
> web browsers (for the internet)?
> "wb6vpm" wrote:
> > On Oct 24, 10:10 am, John P. <John P...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> > wrote:
> > > An automatic Windows update installed a "Search Desktop" box on my taskbar.
> > > I don't want it (or, if I do--why?), and want to get rid of it (and whatever
> > > it does in the background), but can find no information (that I can
> > > understand) on how to do this...and what will happen if I do.
> > go to Add/Remove programs, look for "Windows Search x.x" (Where x.x is
> > the version that you have installed, current version is 4.0 i
> > believe)
> > the next time you run windows update, be sure to check the box to hide
> > this update, so it doesn't try to install it again.