Windows Search can personalize your search results by including your content from OneDrive, SharePoint, Outlook, Bing, and other services.
If you turn on theÂ Microsoft accountÂ setting for Cloud content search, Windows Search will show results from items in your personal OneDrive, Outlook, and other Microsoft services. If you search the web or get web search suggestions with Windows Search, Bing will personalize your results. You can also earnÂ Microsoft Rewards pointsÂ when you search with Bing in the Windows search box. Windows Search can save and use your webÂ search historyÂ with your Microsoft account so you can get more relevant web search results and suggestions.
If you turn on theÂ Work or School accountÂ setting for Cloud content search, Windows Search will show results from OneDrive for Business, Outlook, SharePoint, and more from Microsoft Search. Windows Search saves your Microsoft Search history to your work or school account. To view the history associated with your work or school account go to theÂ Bing Search HistoryÂ page and sign in using your work or school account.
This tutorial will show you how to delete your Bing search history associated with your Microsoft account in the cloud on Windows 11 device.
Windows 10 20H2Â now includes cloud optimized content to personalize the taskbar for users.
The cloud optimized content on taskbars is only applied to new accounts, accounts signing in for the first time, or with a clean install of Windows 10 20H2.
The cloud optimized content on taskbars does not get applied to any existing accounts.
You may find cloud optimized content on taskbars helpful, but you may also prefer to disable it to have theÂ default fallback contentÂ (standard taskbar layout) used instead.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable cloud optimized content used to personalize the taskbar for users inÂ Windows 10.