Microsoft renovated the search experience by introducing several changes in the taskbar search box. The giant software gives you the ability to Search with a Screenshot in Windows 10. This new innovation will help you to search for content with the help of a snapshot.
Previously this change was only available for US users but currently, it is already enabled via servers for Windows 10 version 1903 and higher. With this new feature, you can search the web for the picture captured at the moment on the screen. So go through the below section and experience another way of searching content through images. Let’s begin –
Search with a Screenshot in Windows 10
Here is How to Search with a Screenshot in Windows 10 –
- Click the search icon on the taskbar and hit the Search with a screenshot button.
- As soon as you click it, the built-in Snip and Sketch app will open up on the PC screen. Use that tool and crop the picture that you prefer to search.
- The system will upload the screenshot all by itself empowering the Bing search engine to initiate the search.
- You will immediately view the results on the expanded right pane of the taskbar search. So go through them and enjoy this new way of searching.
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