Microsoft is testing Windows 11 widgets with an Android-like search bar

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Microsoft has released Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25120, in which it begins testing the concept of “lightweight interactive content” on the desktop of the operating system. Now users are provided with a search bar, which, in fact, is a regular widget. According to the company, this is the first of many similar tools that Microsoft will gradually add to Windows 11.

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Some users who use the Dev Channel will see a new search box in the latest build of Windows 11 that is very similar to the one found on Android. This is not a system search, but a web search that allows you to quickly find the necessary information on the Internet upon request. Those who do not like this field on the desktop can disable this feature. To do this, right-click on the desktop, select “Show advanced options” from the menu, and then uncheck the “Show search” item.

It is difficult to say whether a search widget on a computer will be useful. Surely most users have a browser constantly open, and it is easier for them to search in it than to constantly return to the desktop. It can be assumed that in this way Microsoft is once again trying to force users to use the Edge browser and Bing search.

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