Microsoft is currently deploying a Windows 10 November 2019 feature update, which is already installed by most users. The November 2019 update was modest and went through months of maintenance adjustments, but that doesn’t mean the new version has no problems.
Following last week’s user feedback upgrade to Windows 10 Version 1909, which resulted in the file manager stuck and eventually crashed, and user feedback that the search bar was unresponsive when users searched for files, documents, or pictures in the file manager.
It’s not clear what’s causing the file manager problem, but it should be related to Microsoft deploying a new search experience. The Windows 10 November 2019 feature update also introduces another annoying BUG: users can’t do right-click on the search panel. Although CTRL-V still works, the file browser needs a delay of several seconds after the paste operation to display.
One user said: “I have the same problem, the right-click menu of the File Manager search bar does not appear, can not be pasted or copied.” The only thing you can use is to click on the previous search history, but I can’t delete it. “