Microsoft adjusts the Windows 10 taskbar to put weather tiles into the search box
Microsoft is currently making more adjustments and improvements to the Windows 10 search box, and the content of this improvement is mainly to change the weather module into a tile and insert it.
By the way, Microsoft seems to be on the bar with the weather module recently. In the Windows 10 Insider version, a weather module is also added in the lower right corner of the taskbar. Now the weather tile is placed in the search box.
I don’t know if the user’s demand for the weather forecast is so strong. After all, in the weather module in the lower right corner of the taskbar, the user can view the weather without clicking.
The content of the system search box is not actually updated with the Windows 10 version. The content of the search box can be updated directly by Microsoft through the backend server.
Therefore, these improvements will be directly pushed to all stable version users and do not need to be upgraded. Currently, Microsoft is testing this new version for a small number of users.
When we click the search box, the weather and news module will appear on the left side of the pop-up panel, and then the recently opened application on the right side can be quickly clicked and opened.
The weather and news module here is almost the same as the news module in the lower right corner of the Windows Insider version, which shows that Microsoft may be concerned about the news rather than the weather.
Obviously, these news content clicks will jump to Microsoft Bing to bring traffic. Perhaps Microsoft’s real purpose is to divert Microsoft Bing search.