Everything toolbar fixed bug after installing Windows 11, redesigned setup


The Windows 11 logo is white on top of a fractal variant of the Windows 11 default wallpaper

If you’re not a fan of the taskbar search on Windows 11 and Windows 10, and want to do something about it, there’s a third-party tool called the “Everything Toolbar.” Version 1.0 of the software was released earlier this year, and now, the app has been updated to version 1.0.4.

The latest update fixes an annoying issue where this Everything Toolbar utility would be added to Autostart applications after installing Windows 11. Also, there’s a new setup assistant that now has three separate pages for each step (images below). Previously, the setup assistant was on one page with each step below the previous one.

In addition to these, the new release also brings an updated search box look to match the Windows 11 release, fixes the clipboard copying issue, fixes Windows 7 crashes, and more. You can see the full changelog below:

  • Redesigned setup assistant (for search icon)
  • Updated the search box style to match the latest Windows 11 release.
  • After installation on Windows 11, the Everything toolbar is not included in the Autostart applications.
  • Fixed an issue when copying files whenever the clipboard was blocked by another application (#363) @yyjdelete
  • Fixed various window placement issues (#328, #344)
  • Fixed crash on Windows 7 (#340)

To download EverythingToolbar visit its GitHub page. At this link. However, keep in mind that this is a third-party application, and everything that this utility is based on was used to launch ransomware attacks.


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