Windows 10 Version 2004 is coming to earth in April/May this year, and among the many new features introduced is the improvement spending on Web search previews in built-in search. New features make it easier to search information offline and online, and users can get online results directly from the desktop, driven by bing’s search engine.
For example, search ingress with “San Francisco Weather” in the Start menu and the weather forecast and related information about San Francisco will be displayed on the page. The page provides current temperature, precipitation, wind levels, and weather forecasts for the next few days. The slider in the Web Preview also helps you view the weather forecast throughout the day to see how things change in a few hours. The entire process does not require opening a browser or other window and is performed entirely in the search interface.
Web preview works with quick search, a new feature that makes it easier to search for certain information from the desktop. In addition to the weather, Quick Search also supports the latest news, new movies and quizzes in history. To preview these network answers and results, select the search box to open Search Home, and then select a quick search button. If you need quick answers to other topics or searches, you can quickly search for almost everything by simply tapping into a keyword in the search box.