Windows 10 Version 1909 Update Causes Problems With Search
Another Windows update, another botched update? According to TechRadar, many Windows 10 users are reporting that the Windows 10 Version 1909 upgrade breaks the search tool in File Explorer.
Remember, according to Microsoft, Windows 10 Version 1909 (November 2019 Update) was supposed to be a smaller update, more like the old service packs in previous versions of Windows. But, it looks like the update is causing problems for a lot of Windows 10 users. You have to wonder when Microsoft is really going to put some effort into making sure the updates they release don’t cause substantial problems for many users. It seems like every time there’s a Windows update, it causes problems for a significant number of Windows 10 users.
Here’s the scoop from TechRadar:
Microsoft’s bad run of broken Windows 10 updates continues, with the recent November 2019 Update bringing further problems to the search tool in File Explorer – and it’s a problem that still has not been fixed.
File Explorer is a tool in Windows 10 that allows you to browse the files and folders on your hard drive, and it comes with a search box that is supposed to let you quickly and easily find files within drives and folders.
Unfortunately, Microsoft saw fit to tinker with the search box in the Windows 10 November 2019 Update by adding the ability to search your online OneDrive cloud storage as well as your local files.