The next edition of Windows is out. Windows 10 Technical is available for download and anyone at all interested in staying current with technology is sure to be downloading it soon. If you are one of those that has already done so, you will of course find many things you wish weren't there, including the search button. The thing to remember is this is a very early release and it certainly doesn't mean things like the search button will be there permanently. My guess is it will be there by default but will be something you can hide from the toolbar menu eventually. So why are these people already attempting to get rid of this now? Top that, posting ways of doing it by INSTALLING OTHER SOFTWARE... come on people, the purpose any company releases beta software to the public is to get feedback. If they wanted you to install 3rd party software to mask the use of a tool just because you don't like to see it on the toolbar, they would not be asking for the feedback as they do in the case of Windows 10 Technical release.
My take on this first release... its pretty much Windows 8 refined so I'm not really too sure why it will take another 6 months release to the market. For those stating it is what should have been here 2 years ago, I disagree. With any product, refinement is all part of the deal and so it only makes sense they would continue to refine to the point they have a winning product on their hands.
How to Hide the Stupid Search Button on the Windows 10 Taskbar