(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue

Although Windows 10 November 2019 can be considered a Service Pack-type update, focusing on fixing various BUGS and improving background performance. For some users, however, Version 1909 is still not ideal because they find that the search feature spout in File Manager is not working properly after the upgrade.

(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue

Microsoft says the November 2019 feature update includes a new feature that adds online results from services such as OneDrive to the search box of File Explorer and can also provide suggestions in the search box. However, after the upgrade, some user feedback does not use the new search feature.

Two months after the release of the November 2019 feature update, Microsoft has finally released a fix for patch KB4532695, fixing problems in all file browsers and control panels. Microsoft noted in its update log that the January 28 update addressed an error that prevented File Explorer from receiving user input from the search bar. Another error that prevents everyone from using the right-click right-click to paste the copied text into the search bar has also been fixed.

Microsoft’s Windows Insider team has previously acknowledged a file manager issue and fixed it in an update to Build 19013 released on October 29 last year. On November 12 last year, Microsoft released a patch to fix the BUG, but a new problem emerged.

(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue

(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue

(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue

(Pictured) Windows 10 Build 18363.628 Release: Finally Fix File Manager Search Issue