Windows 10: How to search

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  1.    29 Apr 2017 #11

    Wasi said: View Post
    Thanks, i went with everything search tool nice product indeed
    You will Love its features too!!! Great Choice I keep mine on my taskbar.
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       29 Apr 2017 #12

    jamis said: View Post
    If I left click on the search entry, I'll get a secondary panel (Cortana) that has a keyword search block at the bottom. Guess I should have specified that on the first post.
    That search box is actually part of the taskbar rather than the Start menu. If you have set Cortana to show as an icon on the taskbar (I suppose I should have specified that in my post :) ) then you won't see the search box on the Start menu, but it will appear as soon as you start typing something, or if you click the Cortana icon next to Start.
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