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or alter your search if necessary). Search The Internet takes you to your default internet search provider.
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You can search for programs that aren t on the Start menu
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Searching from the Start menu search box can be a good way to run a program that isn t on the Start menu such as Registry Editor or an .msc console . The Start menu s search will look for executables in system folders that are not ordinarily indexed . Because the search engine s word wheel feature works only with indexed locations, however, you ll need to type the full name before it will appear in the search results . You ll also need to identify the program by the name of its executable file, rather than its friendly title . Typing Registry Editor in the Search box will get you nothing (unless you happen to have a shortcut stored under that name) . Typing regedit will summon the program .
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Searching from a Windows Explorer folder yields an uncategorized list of items from that folder and its subfolders. It s a great way to find something when you know more or less where it is. For example, if you re looking for a music item but you re not sure how the subfolders of your Music folder are set up, don t even bother trying to figure the structure out; just type in the Search box. Here again, the word wheel is your friend. Unless your fingers are as fleet as Rachmaninoff s, the odds are that any of his music you have will appear in the Search results long before you get to the last syllable of his name (see Figure 7-18). (What s more, if you try to type the whole thing and make a mistake somewhere along the line, you re likely to wind up with nothing.)
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Using and Configuring Search and Indexing
Figure 7-18 Searching in a Windows Explorer folder returns items from that folder and its subfolders, relieing you of the need to know how the subfolders are organized.
The behavior just described assumes default settings on the Search tab of the Folder Options dialog box, shown in Figure 7-19 on the next page. (To get there, choose Organize, Folder And Search Options in Windows Explorer). If your search scope does not extend to subfolders, be sure that Include Subfolders When Typing In The Search Box is selected. If you don t get word wheel behavior, be sure that Find Partial Matches is selected.
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Figure 7-19 On the Search tab of the Folder Options dialog box, you can configure word wheel behaior, content search, and other important details.
The preceding also assumes that you re searching an indexed location, such as one of your personal data folders (these are indexed by default). If you need to search system files, which are not ordinarily indexed, you might want to consider adding them to the index. See Adding Folders to the Index, later in this chapter. A search in a Windows Explorer folder initially returns a maximum of 5,000 items. If your search generates more than 5,000 hits, the system will pause and display an Information bar, like the one shown in Figure 7-20. As the message indicates, you have two choices. You can refine your search or click the Information bar to see the rest of your results. Generally, if you ve already got 5,000 items, seeing a few more isn t going to help you pinpoint the one you need, but if you want to see the whole lot, Windows will continue the search.
Using and Configuring Search and Indexing
Figure 7-20 Windows will alert you if your search is so broad that it returns more than 5,000 items.
One way to refine the search is to add a second criterion, using the AND conjunction. For information about doing this, see Using Multiple Criteria in the Search Box, later in this chapter. If your search yields nothing, you ll see an Advanced Search link:
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