Windows Search

Today I deleted from my computer, Windows Search as the magnifying glass has arrived without notice a couple of weeks, when I've updated windows.  He has been looking for index automatically, and even when I put it on snooze, my computer ran much more slowly.  I rarely search for files on my computer, until you feel that it will not be a problem.  What do you think?

I would say keep uninstalled Windows Search and pay attention in the future MS updates when they are available and if you are offered once again, Windows Search decline and check the box that says do not provide to you once again.

Everything simply because MS offers an update, does not mean that you must install it.

Never accept an update hardware driver of MS - they do not know what are the best drivers for your system.

I would always accept security updates.

WS is a Devourer of CPU and memory known and will slow down your system.  If someone complains that their system is running slow, it's one of the questions, I learned from Daavee to ask (I have someone ask this question almost every day):

Do you have the Windows Desktop Search installed issue?

If one day you decide you want, or want to try it again you can just install it manually.

That's what I think.

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