Link Start Menu Search As Internet Search
In this post I am writing on how we can link the Google search/Bing search to our Start Menu search.
This is very simple.
We are opening Browsers every time to search the information on internet and it gives you information as response. So every time browser needs to be open. And search for content inside which is a long process as far as I experienced. Many people who has slow internet, they also face this type of problem. So, stop thinking about it. Because I resolved the issue for you. Windows 7 provides this facility to get the search of Google on Start Menu itself.
So, what would be the Answer?
Yes, its available on Group Policy Editor, Firstly let us know bit of Group Policy.
Group policy is a feature of Microsoft Widows NT family of the Operating System that controls the working environment of user accounts and computer Accounts. It also provides Centralized management and Configuration for Operating Systems as well as for Applications.
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So, To move on to Group Policy, Just Press Windows+R (Run) , Type cmd and Press Enter.
Type gpedit.msc in Command Prompt , Press Enter. (Otherwise, Windows + R and Type gpedit.msc and Press Enter)
Group Policy Page opens as shown below.
Click on Local Computer Policy.
Go to User Configuration.
Select Administrative Templates.
Find the option Start Menu and Taskbar.
Click on Add Search internet link to Start Menu as shown in Snapshot.
Adjust the Radio Button to Enable from Not Configured.
Press Apply and Then OK.
Now just go to Start menu by pressing Windows Button, and Enter at Search box as www.itinformers.com . And click on search thee internet just above the Search option as shown below in Screen shot.
The page Opens. or just type as ITinformers , the google /bing search loads from which you can select whichever required for you.you can implement it on any of the Browsers which you convenient with.
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