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To search for text in files, I use an Editplus' "search in files" function, which WORKS, contrary to M$'s c**p. Half-written code and poorly executed ideas throughout. Right click in grey area. Or the way to contact Microsoft to report the problem? his comment is here

W7 is nowhere near as useful at Spotlight search on Mac. New 18 Jun 2007 #2 DanR Guest Re: Indexing and dual boot I rebooted to Vista and items indexed number is still dropping. Wondering about the ..... Besides hiding with TweakUI doesn't really hide much. http://www.dllgive.com/windows-error/117200.html

Windows 10 Boot Manager On Wrong Drive

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Only thing average user has to know is to forget that it's SSD not a spinner. bozo says: 7 years ago Scoffer you have nailed it. I just upgraded my PC, so I am now at Windows 7. Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more.

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New 18 Jun 2007 #3 Jon Guest Re: Indexing and dual boot "DanR" wrote in message news:eN%[email protected] >I rebooted to Vista and items indexed number is still dropping. XP search works, plain and simple. Don't really want to mess with Vista files while in XP. Windows 7 will disable SuperFetch system-wide if you have a fast enough SSD.

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I cannot believe it. I use the windows 7 search all the time. Windows 10 Boot Manager On Wrong Drive I did get some helpful information about searching through the Libraries. Easybcd Image Credit: Yutaka Tsutano JOIN THE DISCUSSION (12 REPLIES) June 1, 2016 Aaron Stevens Any reason why Superfetch was enabled on a fresh install of Windows 7 to my Samsung 850

And why can't I just right click on a folder and select Search? this content This... Go figure. The same goes for disk defragmentation.

This is surely not user friendly and regular home users would have to break a leg to get going. YOU WILL NOT FIND ANY C**P WITH WINDOWS 7 SEARCH. So I uninstalled Rollback and ran TRIM, then I installed Rollback and created a snapshot. weblink Aside from that, a lot of the other tips you'll see just aren't necessary: Set Your Power Plan to High Performance: By default, Windows uses a "Balanced" power plan that will automatically cut

I hate windows explorer. You can also click on Index Settings to modify some of the settings for the Search Indexer. The Win 7 indexing options will only index specified file extensions.

There's no point in telling me all the wonderful things it can do if it won't even do the simplest thing that even ancient MS DOS programs could do, let alone

Shame on Microsoft Robert Ron Hunt says: 6 years ago I agree: Windows 7 search is useless. Microsoft employee Scott Hanselman offers more details on his blog. W7's indexed search doesn't even seem like much of a performance improvement. On the SAME laptop I installed windows 7 on a different HD and after indexing my 25,708 documents nearly unknown to me, I was receiving highly relevant search results directly from

I multi boot two installations of XP with one of Vista and use Acronis True Image version 10. This website compatible with ie7, ie8, ie9, ie10, ie11, firefox and google chrome. Is this because I also have mechanical drives in the system? check over here Remove this ad forever by registering!

RELATED ARTICLESIt's Time: Why You Need to Upgrade to an SSD Right Now10 Windows Tweaking Myths Debunked SSDs Aren't as Small or Fragile as They Used to Be There are a lot of mirosoran says: 6 years ago I've never seen such an idiotic software component like the Windows 7 search. For finding and searching files, I have been using biterscripting for a long time (have used it on various Windows releases). The functionality has been painfully and deliberately obfuscated, unforgivably dumbing down the entire operating system.

Federated search to index network drives 2. Scroll to Search Other Files and Libraries. There's no reason to turn Superfetch off by default. Here you can choose to index encrypted files and other options like treating similar words with diacritics as different words.

What's New? Ok, I'm done with my rant now.. To those of you who are dual booting to XP, why not dual boot to Linux? Performing a typical defragmentation operation on an SSD isn't a good idea-even if wear isn't a concern, attempting to move all that data around won't speed up file access times like it

Thanks. The problem with this is that 1) Not every location is indexed by default, so you can't search your whole drive 2) Network drives should be indexed. Any network drive or external hard drive will show up in the list of possible locations. If it's in the indexed areas, the start search is very fast.

That's getting annoying.

June 3, 2016 One thing I did awhile back is to turn off all my notifications....the result is that I no longer get them--I get no ads--etc. Installation and Setup Fixed drive letter designations after Dual Boot installHi, I've installed W10 in my laptop in a dual boot configuration with W7 successfully. Win 7 opens it up; you read it, and decide that it isn’t the one that you want. You click on search, and a window opens with all the options.

I imagine there is a reg-hack somewhere but I don't know.