Windows 10 Action Center keeps popping up when touchpad clicked

A lot of users have reported the problem on their laptop such as Dell, HP Pavilion, HP Spectre x360 and others. I was able to push my touchpad to open any program in Windows 8. After installed the Windows 10 anniversary update with up to date drivers, it caused the action center popping up, even sometimes I moved my mouse. So I had to click on the left key to open all the apps. How can I resolve the problem? Continue reading

How to restore deleted search box in Windows 10

The Windows 10 integrates with the search bar and Cortana feature to search everything on your PC and web easily. I had removed it to get much Taskbar space on my Surface Pro 4 tablet before, and now I would like to restore the panel next to the start menu. However, I don’t remember where I used the program to get rid of it and could not figure out how to resolve the problem. Continue reading

Windows 10 Search Bar freezing and not working After Anniversary Upgrade

I was able to use Search Bar function from the taskbar in Windows 8.1, but it was not working after the Windows 10 Anniversary Upgrade installed on my Surface Pro 4. When I clicked on the Search Bar and typed the words, it took a long time to show all letters. For example, if I type video, it freezed on v letter and nothing happened. Restarting my tablet didn’t take any effects.How can I resolve the problem. Continue reading

Enable Cortana Search box on top or Search Glyph in Windows 10

Windows 10 Redstone 2 branch build 14946 was released for Fast Ring Insiders and brings some ways to customize Cortana’s look and appearance, such as border color, Search Glyph and width. By default Cortana Search box is located at left bottom side, and it is possible to set it to appear at the top or have a tiny search icon at the left edge while you type something. Here is the how-to tutorial for that. Continue reading

How to Hide full Taskbar Search Box in Windows 10

The Taskbar Search Box is one of the new features in Windows 10 Technical Preview. It stays between the Start button and pinned app items in taskbar, and offers a simply way to search right from there, access Cortana interface and other Web searches quickly. However, it might take a amount of space on lower resolutions or smaller screens. Continue reading