The Windows Start Menu search used to be simple tiles and Cortana did not get in the way of you perusing your PC for the files you want. Things got a bit messy in Windows 10 but recent updates have removed issues like Cortana from the feature and the May 2019 update revamped the search interface making your searches feel a bit more detailed and granular.
With Cortana out of the way the Start menu search is a bit more stable and less bloated. Still it can sometimes stop working so we8217re here to give some pointers on how to fix it.
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It goes without saying that the first thing you should try is rebooting your PC but if that fails then it8217s worth having a perusal of the Task Manager to see if you can restart the Search process in various ways.
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