Have Windows Vista SP1? Want your search back?

Due to a change in SP1, contextual search has been removed. (Translation because certain search companies complained, the EU threatened to start another antitrust suit)  “Microsoft has recently published a KB article outlining changes to Windows Vista's desktop search in SP1 but I'd like to elaborate a little bit based on my own experience with the […]

Due to a change in SP1, contextual search has been removed. (Translation because certain search companies complained, the EU threatened to start another antitrust suit) 

“Microsoft has recently published a KB article outlining changes to Windows Vista's desktop search in SP1 but I'd like to elaborate a little bit based on my own experience with the changes. Windows Vista SP1 allows the user to change their default desktop search provider from the built-in Windows Desktop Search that ships with Windows Vista to another 3rd party desktop search provider. As noted above, the Search option has been removed from the right side of the Start menu. Users will also notice "See all results" has disappeared when doing a search via the Start menu. Instead, you will see “Search Everywhere”. Search Everywhere will launch whatever is the user's default desktop search program.  In Windows Explorer, users will also see a "Search Everywhere" option in the toolbar as well. “ http://windowsvistablog.com/blogs/windowsexperience/archive/2007/09/24/experiencing-windows-vista-service-pack-1-beta.aspx

Overview of Windows Vista desktop search Changes in Windows Vista Service Pack 1:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=941946

Source:→ Microsoft

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