Whenever you type something in the Start menu, it will automatically send every request to Bing search servers to return relevant results.
This behavior of Windows 10 can be turned off if you are running the May 2020 Update or later. This tweak will also disable the Microsoft Edge advertisements that appear in the Start menu when you search for Chrome. Additionally, this tweak will disable Cortana so that Bing integration is turned off.
Learn how to remove Bing search results from Windows 10 Start Menu in this growupwindows article.
How to Turn Off Bing Search in the Windows 10 Start Menu?
To remove Bing Search in the Windows 10 Start menu, use these steps:-
Step 1. First, open Registry Editor.
Step 2. Navigate to the following key in the left side navigation pane of the Registry Editor window:-
Step 3. Right-click the
Step 4. Assign the newly created key name
Step 5. Then, right-click on the
Step 6. Set the REG_DWORD to
Step 7. To edit the “Value data” for the
Step 8. Enter
Step 9. Click the
Step 10. Next, navigate to the following path in the Registry Editor:-
Step 11. Right-click on the
Step 12. Set the name
Step 13. Double-click on the newly created REG_DWORD
Step 14. Set the “Value data” to
Step 15. Click the
Step 16. Again, right-click on the
Step 17. Set the name
Step 18. Double-click on the newly created
Step 19. To apply the changes, restart your PC.
The Bing search engine will no longer display results when searching for items on Windows 10 Start Menu.