Microsoft Windows 10 Search Bug Fixed, Panos Panay Said to Be New Windows Head


Windows 10 customers have been dealing with points with the Windows Search bar for a few days now and Microsoft has lastly mounted the issue. Upon looking out, some customers have been getting a clean black or gray field with none search outcomes. There was an inflow of posts on social media concerning the difficulty on Wednesday and Microsoft was fast to reply, stating that the difficulty was resolved and that some customers would possibly want to restart their Windows techniques (not less than as soon as) to see the repair.

Prior to the repair, some customers additionally reported that they have been in a position to clear up the difficulty by disabling Bing within the Windows 10 Start Menu.

After the slew of comments on Twitter, Microsoft said it’s “investigating a potential access and latency issue with multiple Microsoft 365 services.” After a few hours, the corporate posted it has “rerouted user connections and validated that impact associated with MO203172 has been remediated.” A spokesperson confirmed the repair the ZDNet, and famous that customers will want to restart their PC not less than as soon as to see the repair.

Microsoft has additionally allegedly made some inner modifications concerning its Surface and Windows Experience groups. The firm has determined to mix the 2 right into a single unit referred to as Windows + Devices and it is going to be led by Chief Product Officer Panos Panay. The Windows Experience division was beforehand run by Joe Belfiore who will now transfer to the Office division within the coming months. Panay will nonetheless be reporting to Executive Vice President Rajesh Jha and this transition will happen on February 25.

Panay reportedly despatched out an inner memo to his new group, a part of which learn, “Personally I’m very excited to lead the Windows Client for Microsoft, which will help us streamline our decision-making processes, be clear on our priorities, and deliver the best end user experiences from silicon through operating systems across all Microsoft apps and service connected devices (OEMs and Surface).”



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