Rather than residing in the separate Charms bar as in Metro, Windows Red Mobile's controls for search, sharing/device access, and app settings are now available directly in the Applications bar. Windows Red Mobile retains Metro's dual-app capability, known as Snap View, but lets you resize the window by dragging its divider.
Systemwide search is handled in its own app, with its own Start screen tile. Like the Search function in Windows 7, you can set search parameters such as file type, date, and location (local, networked devices, and/or the Web).
We hope that making Windows Red Mobile a real OS in its own right will prompt developers to create the rich apps that Metro so sorely lacks.