A couple of months ago the Wizard of Google recovered the search ‘What’s on my screen?’ after disappearing by surprise almost a year ago. It is an action that allows the search engine to show information relating to what appears on the screen of our device when we invoke the Wizard and click on that option.
The contextual search of the screen is switched on or off from the settings Wizard of Google, so that if you do not appear the action ‘What is there on my screen?’ or do you want to remove it we will explain to you what you have that set up.
Use the context of the screen
To enable or disable the action ‘What’s on my screen?’ we have to go to the Settings of the Wizard of Google, for example, from the application of Google and accessing the tab More > Settings > Wizard of Google. Once inside the Settings of the Wizard of Google we have to go to the tab Wizard and the bottom of Disposit. With Wizard selected the device you want to configure.
The option Use the context of the screen it is the one that enables or disables the action ‘What’s on my screen?’. If you activate the Wizard, you can perform contextual searches to show you cards with information related to what you were seeing on the screen. If you deactivate, you’ll never see the suggestion ‘What’s on my screen?’.
If you check the option to use the context of screen you can enable optionally the option ‘Donate screenshots’ to help Google improve the search to be able to revise the screen captures of what was on the screen and with the related information that had been found.
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