(Picture) Microsoft Search is expected to land on Windows 10 in September

Microsoft Search went live in May 2019 after the ignite 2018 launch. The service helps unify search escants for all company products (web pages and on-premises), especially for Microsoft 365 users. This is because it is linked to enterprise-specific data and uses insights from Microsoft Graph to deliver personalized search results across a variety of products. As a result, you get results not only from the network, but also from company-specific content, such as schedules, internal documents, and so on.

(Picture) Microsoft Search is expected to land on Windows 10 in September

Although the service was first launched on the web side Bing, it was later launched on other web services such as OneDrive, SharePoint and Outlook. Microsoft had planned to log on to the Windows 10 platform in the 19H1 feature update, but unfortunately it didn’t go live.

According to Microsoft’s latest roadmap, Microsoft has plans to bring it into Windows 10 by September 2020. Back in March, Microsoft confirmed to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley that the feature is aimed at launching in the fourth quarter of 2020, but is now more accurate than it is by September this year.

It’s unclear whether Microsoft is open to all Microsoft 365 subscribers or is gradually decentralized. It is also unclear whether the feature requires any major updates to the operating system itself. The software giant is likely to announce details as it approaches its official release.