Recently, Microsoft introduced the KB4532695 optional update for Windows 10 to consumers and business customers. The change log writes that it fixes a bug that breaks the file browser search bar and right-click ingress in the search bar. The problem was first identified in an update last November, when users reported that the search bar might freeze for a long time.
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In addition, many Windows 10 users have confirmed that File Explorer’s new search experience does not allow users to click with the right mouse button in the search bar.
Unfortunately, although KB4532695 has fixed both of these issues, the new search experience for Windows 10 is not perfect.
For example, the user must click twice (the first time activating the text box control) to reset the location of the inserted tag and enter a search query.
In addition, the new search bar has a bug for advanced query syntax, where keywords, operators, and filters are no longer highlighted in blue.
For now, the unified search experience for Windows 10 File Explorer is still a mess, and we may have to wait for the 20H1 update to be released before we can get better.
Microsoft doesn’t seem to be aware of the new issues, and there is no mitigation option at this time. If you have installed the November 2019 update, you will have to endure potential problems with Explorer and Control Panel.
This update is pushed to older users through Windows Update, but the system will not install automatically unless you are using the October 2018 and later versions.
Finally, as with each cumulative update, KB4532695 still causes blue screen dyske (BSOD), as well as audio, trusted platform modules (TPM), and other issues on some systems.