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Searching for Hidden and System Files The search engine ordinarily excludes system folders, even when you re searching unindexed locations. If you re hunting for a critical system file, that default will frustrate you. Click the Include Non-Indexed, Hidden, And System Files (Might Be Slow) check box to override it. To change the default, choose Organize, Folder And Search Options in Windows Explorer. On the Search tab of the Folder Options dialog box (see Figure 7-19 earlier in this chapter), select Include System Directories.
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Windows Vista cannot index server shares, and searching a server without indexing can be excruciatingly slow . But if Windows Vista is running on the server and the folder you re interested is included in the remote computer s index, the search engine on your computer will query the remote index before beginning a file-by-file ( grep ) search . If the server is not running Windows Vista, you can speed up a search of remote files by making them available offline . When you right-click the remote folder in Windows Explorer and choose Always Available Offline, Windows caches that folder on your system, and adds the cached copy to the index . As soon as the system has finished indexing your offline files, you ll be able to search them as quickly as you can search your local documents . (Note: offline files are not available in Windows Vista Home Basic or Windows Vista Home Premium .)
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If you don t fancy Boolean formulations, try the natural-language approach to searching. With natural language enabled, the search engine promises to accept queries in plain English (see Figure 7-26). The system looks for key words (like e-mail ), filters out prepositions (such as from ), handles conjunctions without making you capitalize them, and assumes the rest of what you type consists of property values that it should try to match.
Using and Configuring Search and Indexing
Figure 7-26 With natural language searching, you can forget about Boolean operators and express yourself in plain English.
To turn natural language searching on, choose Organize, Folder And Search Options in Windows Explorer. In the Folder Options dialog box, click the Search tab. On the Search tab (see Figure 7-19 earlier in this chapter), select Use Natural Language Search.
Administering the Search Engine and Index
Options for configuring the behavior of the search engine (as opposed to the content of the index) appear on the Search tab of the Folder Options dialog box, which is illustrated in Figure 7-19. Some of these options have been discussed elsewhere in this chapter. (See Searching for File Content, Searching for Hidden and System Files, and Searching with Natural Language. ) The Don t Use The Index When Searching The File System (Might Be Slow) check box is self-explanatory; it s hard to think of a reason to use it. The Include Compressed Files (.ZIP, .CAB) option enables the search engine to find files (but not their contents) stored within compressed archives. The options for configuring the Index are accessible via the Indexing Options dialog box. You can find this in Control Panel, but it s usually quicker to type Index in the Start menu Search box. Indexing Options should appear at the top, under the heading Programs. Many of the choices offered by means of this dialog box will require that you pass a UAC prompt (in other words, you ll need administrative credentials).
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Checking the Status of Your Index
As Figure 7-27 shows, the Indexing Options dialog box is the place to go if you want to confirm that your index is up to date. If the index is not up to date, you ll most likely be told that Indexing speed is reduced due to user activity. Unfortunately, the system won t give you any details about whether the index is barely underway or nearly complete. If you haven t recently added any new folders to the index but have simply been changing a few files in the course of normal work, the index should stay close to complete (assuming you ve ever had a complete index). If you ve just added a bunch of new folders, you might have to wait a little longer before you have an up-to-date index.
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