Arrow Launcher gets Google Search integration, and more for beta users

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Microsoft has released a new update for Arrow Launcher to beta testers. The company is adding some minor improvements to the launcher with the latest update, so don’t get too excited. Firstly, Microsoft is adding support for Google to Arrow Launcher which should provide better search results if you were not happy with Bing. And for other users, Microsoft is adding support for China’s Baidu and Russia’s Yandex search engines.

In addition to this, Microsoft states that the company made some more performance enhancements which is really nice to see after the huge performance upgrade that was introduced recently. Here is the full changelog:

  • Support Google/Baidu/Yandex search engine
  • More performance upgrade
  • Dock from two rows to one row
  • Fix pill count issue
  • Support more IM apps message preview

These new additions are part of version 2.5, which are only available to beta users at the moment. If you are already a beta tester, you can get the update from this link.

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