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4. Unless you have some good reason not to move the existing files from the original location to the new one, click Yes. It s really not a good idea not to click Yes in this dialog box. First, it s difficult to imagine why you would want some of your personal documents in a given category on one disk and the rest on another (if you want to segregate the existing material from whatever s coming in the future, make a subfolder in the new location instead of leaving the past behind). Second, because %UserProfile% is a system-generated folder, not an ordinary data folder that corresponds to a fixed disk location, leaving some files behind will give you two identically named subfolders in %UserProfile%. Figure 7-16 illustrates the effect. One of each of these identically named folder pairs represents the original location, and the other represents the new. But which is which
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Figure 7-16 Leaing files behind while relocating personal data folders can make you see double.
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If you move any or all of your personal data folders, you must take one additional step following the move: You must add the new locations to the list of folders that the search engine indexes. The index includes the original profile locations by default, but it doesn t pay attention when you relocate. For information about how to do this, see Adding Folders to the Index, later in this chapter.
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As we mentioned at the beginning of this chapter, Rover has retired and will not be missed. In his place, Windows Vista has provided a speedy indexed search facility that s accessible everywhere, mostly intuitive, and generally more than satisfactory. Perhaps more than any other new feature in Windows Vista, it has the potential to change the way you work because it almost relieves you of the need to structure your folders and files sensibly. We don t recommend that you abandon organizational logic, but we urge you to learn the power of this new search tool.
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You can search wherever you see a Search box. Specifically that means the following:
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From the Start menu From a Windows Explorer folder (including Control Panel and Computer) From a common dialog box From the Search folder
Searching from the Start Menu
The Start menu search box is designed to help you find programs on your Start menu, websites in your history or favorites, messages in your e-mail store, contact information (in Microsoft Outlook, for example, or in your Contacts folder), as well as files and folders in your file system. Results are categorized and limited to the space available in the left side of the Start menu. If you re not sure what an item returned by the search is, you can hover your mouse over it and read a tip. The tip might include media information, as in the example shown in Figure 7-17, or it might display the full path of a file or folder.
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Figure 7-17 Start menu searches return categorized shortcuts to programs, files, websites, e-mail, and contact information.
The Start menu search box is a word wheel which means that the search begins as soon as you start typing, and each new character you type refines the results. In Figure 7-17, for example, the two characters we ve typed s and p are sufficient to return Windows Meeting Space, Spider Solitaire, references to a SharePoint (SP) site and Windows Live Spaces, plus an assortment of spam. Because the word wheel action is snappy and the Start menu search is optimized to find items on the Start menu, typing a few characters here can be a great alternative to hunting up a menu item manually. It s at least as quick and possibly quicker to run Spider Solitaire by typing sp and clicking in the Programs area of the search results than to open the Games folder and double-click an icon there. If the program you need is buried in the All Programs section of the Start menu, it s even more likely that you ll get to it quicker by searching. If the item you re looking for doesn t appear in the search results, it s probably because the Start menu doesn t have room for it. In that event, you can click one of the two links that appear at the bottom of the search results. See All Results hands your search off to the Search folder, which can display as many hits as needed (and where you can refine
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