Sorry, didn't get that you want to disable Search (App). I wouldn't recommend to disable it as it's a part of operating system, like search function in previous versions of Windows. If you want, you can disable it, but take precautions. Run command as Admin :
How To Enable Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) In Windows 10 Home Edition Private file
That video following,,, download that setup, so Windows Home user can also use Group Policy editor. <= I do this when i have home edition and works like charm!
@Evjl's Rain and @BoraMurdar thank you again for your help.
Search is persisting and it's not going away, that's ok i can live with it but i don't like that it's using more than 30 mb of ram for no reason.
As for Evjl's way i think Microsoft has realased a patch to disable this option. @BoraMurdar after restart Cortana is still in Task manager.
As i said i can leave with it.
Thank you both again for your help
Edit: after a few minutes Cortana is gone go figure
I deleted the Windows 10 Tweaks collection from mega.co.nz. It was too big @ 320Mb. I'm working on cutting it down in size into smaller parts and getting rid of the duplicates and rubbish files and I will re-upload it when finished.
Agree, before you start tweaking DEFINITELY backup first, and at minimium create a system restore point. Even when using tools to do the tweaks, such as Softorrbits Privacy Protector I would still do this.
I would agree with some others who have commented in the past, that a lot of the privacy issues raised about Windows 10 are simply Microsoft trying to gain information to make their products work better, and in many cases are anonymous. I think Windows 10 is probably no more anti-privacy than many of the earlier systems. Indeed many of the products mentioned say they can also be used on Windows 7.
However, I do think Microsoft should ask before getting this data, and not simply hide options to turn them off.
Only cautiously using a single program called O&O ShutUp10, as some of the other tools can Break Windows 10's functionality. @Yash Khan you can also disable these settings yourself without tools and scripts, because it's not as if these settings are hidden under Windows 10 Settings. See under Privacy.