Microsoft has begun to bring a new search experience to users running 1809 and subsequent versions of the Windows 10 operating system, such as introducing a more intuitive two-column layout and providing “quick search” access to people who want to see local weather, hot news, and more useful information on their desktops. Of course, users can still enter content directly in the search bar to find other network results or navigate directly to the site.
(from: Windows Blog)
But this change in the Windows search experience is more on the server side. Markets including the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom will soon see the above experience update.
In addition, Microsoft announced today that Windows Search now supports Dutch-based web search. Users who need it can set the Windows region to Netherlands and select Dutch as the default language.
For Windows 10 Insider testers, Microsoft has also brought small improvements to the Settings application, and the details are taken to the Windows Blog.