Microsoft brings Windows 10’s Quick Searches feature to users in more countries

Last month, Microsoft released the “Quick Searches” feature for Search Home in Windows 10 and made it available to US users only, today the company announced is expanding the feature to more countries. What you should know is that the feature is not tied to built-in builds, it will appear for Windows 10 users running from version 1809 to 1909 in supported markets.

The Quick Search feature is a server-side change and will be available in the following countries for users running Windows 10 version 1809 or higher.

australia: english

Canda: English and French

China: Chinese (simplified)

France French

german from germany

india: english

Italy italian

Japan Japanese

mexico: spanish

Spain Spanish

UK: English

United States: English

For the unknown, the purpose of Microsoft Quick Searches is to quickly find answers and results on the web from your Windows search panel without having to open your web browser.

Click the search box or Search icon or press Win+S to open Home Search to see these Quick Search buttons: Weather, Top News, Today in History and New Movies.

By pressing these buttons, you will get the current weather conditions, you can read news from news sites, explore four events that happened that day, and information about new movies showing in theaters near you. Of course, the search results are produced by Microsoft’s Bing search engine and you can open them in your browser.

Quick Search for Top News in Windows 10 Home Search

Tip: After performing a quick search, to return to the search homepage, delete the search query in the Search field.

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