A change is being hidden in Windows 10 May 2019, and here’s how to activate it.
As you know, Microsoft has changed the interface of the quick search area in Windows 10 May 2019. However, it seems that Microsoft continues to research and update more functions for the search box on Windows 10, thereby making it even more handy than before.
The default search frame interface on Windows 10 May 2019.
One of the updates that Microsoft updates to the quick search box on Windows 10 May 2019 is the ability to turn it into a standalone window on the desktop, as the application and the edge of the window are also curved. Very eye-catching. If you’re really eager to try it out, here’s the guide for you.
Step 1: Enter the keyword ” regedit ” in the search box and click the results as shown to launch Registry Editor.
Step 2: Navigate to ” HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Search “.
Step 3: Right-click in the right pane and select New> DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Name this new DWORD ” ImmersiveSearch “.
Then right-click “ImmersiveSearch” and select ” Modify … “.
Change the value of the Value data line from ” 0 ” to ” 1 ” and click OK to save.
Step 4: Continue access to ” HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Search Flighting “.
Right-click ” Flighting ” and select New> Key.
Name this new Key ” Override “.
Step 5: Left-click on Override to select it, then drag to the right pane and select New> DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Name this new DWORD ” ImmersiveSearchFull ” and set its Value data value to ” 1 “.
Continue to create a new DWORD in Override and name it ” CenterScreenRoundedCornerRadius “, with a Value data value of ” 9 “.
Step 6: Now proceed to Sign Out and log back into Windows 10 and click on the search icon in the Taskbar to check the results.
If you want to be faster, you can download this created Registry package here , then unzip and launch the file “Enable Floating Search Windows 10.reg” to enable or “Disable Floating Search Windows 10.reg” “to restore defaults is done.