Full Text Searches
Full text indexing is a search enhancement provided by Microsoft. It maintains a cache of the contents on the hard drive, which (in theory) speeds up the searching process. In practice, this feature is only useful if you need to perform a large amount of searches on a regular basis. It does consume system resources and can slow disk access down, as it must keep track of all file and folder changes. With modern, fast hard drives with large caches, this option is almost never required.
To perform a search, simply fill out the text fields as required and click the Search Now button. Explorer will begin the process and display any results as it works.
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