In Windows 10, because Bing is turned on by default, the PC response speed when users use Win10 search will be slightly slower, the computer will search the user’s typing keywords locally and on the Web at the same time, greatly increasing the workload, and secondly, the speed of filtering search results will be slower. For this reason, Microsoft had a registry setting for disabling Bing in Windows Search in 1909 or earlier, but it was quietly disabled in updates in May 2020 and October 2020.
On October 5th it was reported that Microsoft had introduced another registry setting to turn Bing search on/off in Windows Search. The registry setting also cuts off ads in Windows Search, which can cut off connections to the Microsoft Bing service.
1, create a backup of Regestry.
2, by typing “regedit” in Windows search to open the registry editor.
3, press Enter key.
4, in the registry editor, navigate to the following locations:
The computer HKEY_CURRENT_USER, software, policy, Microsoft, Windows, Explorer.
5. If the Explorer folder is not available, right-click the Windows folder and create a key named Explorer.
6. By default, the Explorer folder is empty. You need to right-click and create a new WORD (32-bit) value in the right pane.
7, named the value “DisableSearchBox Suggestions”.
8, set the value to “1” to disable ads in Bing and Search at the same time.
9, close the registry editor, and then restart Windows or end the “search” process in Task Manager.
If you want to enable Bing search results, you can open the registry editor again and delete the registry value “DisableSearchBoxSuggestions”. After deletion, restart Windows or use Task Manager to end the search process.