Windows Search and privacy
Windows Search lets you use the search box on your taskbar to find what you’re looking for, whether it’s on your device, in the cloud, or on the web. Windows Search can provide results for items from:
Your device (including apps, settings, and files)
If you turn on the Microsoft account 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 earn Microsoft Rewards points when you search with Bing in theWindows search box. Learn more about Microsoft Rewards points
If you turn on the Work or School account setting for Cloud content search, Windows Search will show results from OneDrive for Business, Outlook, SharePoint, and more from Microsoft Search.
Windows Search can saveand useyour web search history withyour Microsoft account so you can get more relevant web search results and suggestions.
To use your web search history with your Microsoft account
Make sure you’re signed in to Windows with your Microsoft account.
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Under Cloud content search, make sure Microsoft account is turned On.
To view and delete the search history associated with your Microsoft account, go to the Microsoft privacy dashboard.
To include or exclude your search history from search suggestions for your Microsoft Account, go to the Bing Search History page and sign in using your Microsoft account.
Learn more about how Microsoft stores and maintains your search history.
Note that 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 Bing Search History page and sign in using your work or school account.