Never forget that the reason for the device's existence is to facilitate the activities the users want to do, not just to run Windows. Windows indexes your files, examining them and the words inside them so you can quickly search them from the search tool. When I press Start or click on Search icon I can type in but there are no results shown. No Viruses, No Spyware, No Adware, Easy to use, Very powerful. Hi John, It's interesting that the permissions didn't seem to be maintained following the upgrade.
Click on Start button and type cmd in search box. So, I log back into my account and it stopped working again. Enter the file name, and you will find many versions of this file. Select the file version you need to download, this tool will automatically download a complete file for you. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Org Name American Civil Liberties Union Electronic Frontier Foundation Electronic Privacy Information Center Free Software Foundation Open Rights Group Tor high bandwidth Tor exit nodes building the global movement for the protection of privacy.
And considering I do WinKey+start typing to find app quite often I needed do re-enable Cortana. This is a message for seeking help when you choose this option, please fill in your Email correctly, and we will reply to you as soon as possible. In the Administrator: Command Prompt window, type the following commands. First it has added Set-StrictMode -Version 1 into it but even when I nullify that there appear to be more values being checked and that's where I'm guessing it is really broken. In any case, I think it's safe to say that the upgrade wasn't as smooth as I would like. Click Command prompt Run as administrator.
Obviously, there's still something that isn't quite right, but at least I feel that I've made some progress - as frustratingly slow as it has been. Fault bucket 133168360131, type 5 Event Name: MoAppCrash Response: Not available Cab Id: 0 Problem signature: P1: Microsoft. Create a new user account and recheck S. Hi, Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community. It's possibly because I am using a local account or because I've already disabled the Windows Search service.
I'm not going to try and confirm this now that I have it disabled again. I have to click it, open the Start menu and then click in the search field again to get it to come up. I think I accidentally stumbled upon at least part of my problem. You can try to use this file finder. Understand that not everyone wants all the bells and whistles turned on for every system they use.
Some of my file permissions didn't survive the trip though the upgrade itself gave no indication that anything was wrong. Thanks for any knowledge you're willing to share. Send me an email when anyone response to this Security code: Please enter security code that you see on the above box. When you disable Cortana from the registry or group policy, all the online features are disabled—but the local file search tools are left running. That said, after a Windows 10 update, expect that Cortana would be reinstalled.
Suggested Software Note this section has software that is under ongoing development. Method 1: Run sfc scan: System File Checker is a utility in Microsoft Windows that allows users to scan for and restore corruptions in Windows system files. I've searched all over the web and can't find a straight answer. Please try following methods and check if it helps. Look like it's looking for a file or location that doesn't exist! Part of Cortana, though, is Windows Search, so there would still be an occasional Cortana process such as file indexing. However, if you wish to receive a response, please include your email and name. Disabling Cortana it's always been disabled or any number of other things like also disabling it in gpedit had no effect.
Let us know if you have further queries. Oddly, I couldn't identify even with Process Monitor that it was actually writing any files as a result of all that downloading. So I did just that, and lo and behold it works. It's probably your file has been infected with a virus. Click Apply all, and go back to Task Manager. The network supports Tor for connections. I'm sure your on the right lines though that it's a permissions issue which isn't allow searchui.
Below is OneDrive link to that log file open it with procmon : P. Then click on Command Prompt Admin 3. Annoyingly this opens Explorer in the folder containing the applications folder, not the actual folder itself. I just followed instructions that answers bellow give, and while you can disable damn Cortana process from respawning it'll prevent you from searching for app after launching Start menu. Now, I looked up my problem on the internet, and it suggested I should make a new User Account to see if it works over there. Everything has been pretty good so far, apart from one thing.
Sometimes you can make it show by doubleclicking on a word in the Search bar itself as if you were trying to select that word. After poking around a bit, I found a few more folders within my user directory that were also mysteriously missing permissions. I can't even get to that panel build 10049. Type your Windows user name, and click Check Names. Is there any way to disable Cortana so that the process doesn't keep running in the background, and doesn't respawn if terminated? However, there should no longer be any use of the internet by Cortana.