The simplest way
It is quite easy to enable search file content. For that you need not have to enable indexing. Instead of that just follow the given steps. 1. You should Open Windows explorer (right press the “pearl” in lower left corner of Windows, and choose Windows Explorer) 2. Select tools menu 3. Go for File options 4. Select search tab 5. choose, “Search file contents and names. (this process may take some time)” 6. Then click OK
Well here your search will consist file content, as same as the initial days of the Windows XP.
The tough way
Do you having a folder completely filled with information and want to find which computer file consists of the data you need? Again if that information isn’t allotted of small set of pre-selected computer file forms, and by default the Windows will never looking inside it.
A different method is to, Type “contents:” in search box of Windows explorer by your word, and it will look for text files. It is search filter that can be considered as undocumented.
Actions to be taken
1. The initial simple method
2. The uneasy method
3. First Click on the Start button, after that type search in the search box at the very bottom. Now choose the result “Change How Windows Searches” — OR — choose “Indexing C:Windowssystem32shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL C:Windowssystem32srchadmin.dll — OR — run control srchadmin.dll
4. Select “Advanced” button just below the list of indexed locations.
5. Activate “File Types” tab in Advanced Options window.
6. After that Windows presents the file type list, then finds out the extension that you may need to look into in the future.
You will have to enter your desired file extension. If the extension is not shown, it can be such as “.php” in the input box situated at the bottom then click Add.
7. Convert the indexing property to “Index Properties and File Contents” then press OK, when your extension is highlighted and after that close the Indexing options.
8. Continue your search again and with no doubt here your expected results will appear.
If does not appear, you can click “Modify” button present in the “Indexing Options” window so as to verify the “Indexed Locations” consists of the folders you need to be selected.
• After changing your listing alternatives, you will have to wait for a while just before you receive your results as expected as Microsoft Windows must improve its catalog with the materials of the new files.
• You can also add additional data to the category of indexed locations.
• The real time position of the indexing function will be screened by the indexing options page.
• The quickest method is to simply go for F3 button and then a search explorer will be shown. Now, you can type a portion of your search in upper right textbox and then you can go for enter key. It will work accurately.
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