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    Question Erm... Where is Custom Search in Windows 7?

    Where is Windows 7's equivalent of this Windows XP screen:

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    /EDIT 2/ Two freeware programs with clickable Search options:
    http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/search_my_files.html
    and the one I use:
    http://mythicsoft.com/page.aspx?type...sack&page=home





    /EDIT 1/
    To save you from reading the whole thread, I'll be editing this as I find out more:

    How about just covering the Windows XP basic searches in Windows 7, here's what to type in Windows 7 here:

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    • Containing text: content:
    • Date: date:
    • Extension: *.exe [an example for *.exe extension]
    • Size: size:
    • System Folders: This option appears to be on by default on Windows 7.
    • Hidden Files & Folders: This option appears to be on by default on Windows 7.

    • Date Modified: modified:
    • Date Created: created:
    • Date Accessed: accessed:
    • Date Before: before:8/25/2009
    • Date After: after:8/25/2009
    • Date Range: 8/1/09..8/25/09

    • Type: kind:

    • Size: size:
    • Size limit: >50KB [or <50KB]
    • Size Range: 50MB..70MB


    • Subfolders on/off: This option appears to be on by default on Windows 7.



    To look for something specific, be sure to add asterisk * before and after search term and * as an extension.

    For example, if searching for a + sign:
    Quote Originally Posted by redduc900 View Post
    Enclose the plus sign(s) within asterisks, for example *+*.*, *++*.*, *+++*.*, etc., and make sure to either add an asterisk as the extension, or include a known extension like *.jpg for example.
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    Code:
    Windows Search Advanced Query Syntax:
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/desktopsearch/technicalresources/advquery.mspx
    
    
    
    Once you have Windows Search for Windows Vista or Windows XP, you might be wondering how you can be even more efficient when it comes to finding files and e-mail on your PC. Advanced Query Syntax (AQS) can help you do just that. Using AQS, you can quickly define and narrow your searches for even more targeted results.
    
    You can narrow your searches using a variety of keywords, or search parameters, which can restrict your query to specific locations, specific file types or properties within those types, or specific "file kinds." File kinds are displayed at the top of the Windows Search Explorer, accessible by pressing the Windows Logo key + F.
    
    To match a specific string literally, without it being interpreted as a keyword, you can use double quotation marks. Words in a search query entered between quotation marks are matched exactly, in the order they were entered.
    
    The example tables below give you an overview of syntax that can be used with Windows Search 4.0, Windows Vista, or Windows Desktop Search 3.01 for Windows XP, including the properties that can be added to your search terms to narrow and refine your results.
    
    	
    author:name
    author:patrick
    Finds items with patrick in the author property.
    
    	
    author:(name)
    author:(patrick hines)
    Finds items with patrick in the Author property.
    
    	
    author:(name OR name)
    author:(patrick OR bob)
    Finds items with patrick or bob in the Author property.
    
    	
    author:name name
    author:patrick bob
    Finds items with patrick in the Author property and bob anywhere in the document.
    
    	
    from:name
    from:patrick
    Finds items with patrick in either fromName OR fromAddress, since "from" is a property name for both fromName and fromAddress.
    
    	
    before:date
    before:10/9/2007
    Finds items whose PrimaryDate field contains a date before 10/9/2007.
    
    	
    after:date
    after:10/9/2007
    Finds items whose PrimaryDate field contains a date after 10/9/2007.
    
    	
    has:attachment
    report has:attachment
    Finds items containing the word report that have attachments. Same as hasattachment:true
    
    	
    is:attachment
    report is:attachment
    Finds items that have attachments containing the word report. Same as isattachment:true
    
    
    
    Numbers and ranges
    To specify a date range, type the property followed by two dates. For example, type from:david sent:11/05/06..11/05/07. Windows Search recognizes all Windows date formats and also recognizes the following values:
    Relative dates: Today, tomorrow, yesterday
    Multi-word relative dates: week, next month, last week, past month, or coming year. The values can also be entered contracted, as follows: thisweek, nextmonth, lastweek, pastmonth, comingyear.
    Days: Sunday, Monday ... Saturday
    Months: January, February ... December
    
    Size and date ranges
    	Syntax	Results	
    
    	
    size:>50KB <70KB
    Searches for files with a value in the Size between50 KB and 70 KB, excluding the end values.
    
    	
    size:>=50KB <=70KB
    Searches for files with a value in the Size property between 50 KB and 70 KB, including the end values.
    
    	
    size:50KB..70KB
    Same as size:>=50KB <=70KB
    
    	
    date:>2/7/05<2/10/05
    Searches for a date in the Date property between the values 2/7/05 and 2/10/05, excluding the end dates.
    
    	
    date:>=2/7/05<=2/10/05
    Searches for a date in the Date property between the values 2/7/05 and 2/10/05, including the end dates.
    
    	
    date:2/7/05 .. 2/10/05
    Same as date:>=2/7/05<=2/10/05
    
    
    Note: on Windows Vista and higher, search syntax supports dates in the user’s current calendar. A query can use any of the formats defined in their Regional Options.
    
    Common file properties
    The terms listed in the preceding table can be used with any of the following file properties. For example, to find e-mail from "patrick" that was sent in 2008, your query would look like this: kind:email author:patrick after:12/31/2007.
    	To restrict by file type	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Communications
    communications
    kind:communications
    
    	
    Contacts
    contacts
    person
    kind:person
    kind:contacts
    
    	
    E-mail
    email
    kind:email
    
    	
    Instant Messenger conversations
    im
    kind:im
    
    	
    Meetings
    meetings
    kind:meetings
    
    	
    Tasks
    tasks
    kind:tasks
    
    	
    Notes
    notes
    kind:notes
    
    	
    Documents
    docs
    kind:docs
    
    	
    Music
    music
    song
    kind:music
    kind:song
    
    	
    Pictures
    pics
    pictures
    kind:pics
    kind:pictures
    
    	
    Videos
    videos
    kind:videos
    
    	
    Folders
    folders
    kind:folders
    
    	
    Folder name
    foldername
    foldername:mydocs
    
    	
    Programs
    programs
    kind:programs
    
    	
    Recorded TV
    tv
    kind:tv
    
    	
    Link
    link
    kind:link
    
    	
    Journal entry
    journal
    kind:journal
    
    
    
    To restrict by file store
    If you use multiple e-mail accounts and you want to limit a query to either Microsoft Office Outlook or Outlook Express, you can use the store: indicator to narrow your search scope.
    	Store	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Files
    file
    store:file
    
    	
    Offline Files
    csc
    store:csc
    
    	
    Outlook
    mapi
    store:mapi
    
    	
    Outlook Express
    outlookexpress
    store:outlookexpress
    
    
    Properties for file type: All
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Title
    title, subject, about
    title:manager
    
    	
    Status
    status
    status:active
    
    	
    Date
    date
    date:lastweek
    
    	
    Date modified
    datemodified, modified
    modified:lastweek
    
    	
    Importance
    importance, priority
    importance:high
    
    	
    Size
    size
    size:>50MB
    
    	
    Deleted
    deleted,isdeleted
    isdeleted:true
    
    	
    Is attachment
    isattachment
    isattachment:false
    
    	
    To
    to, toname
    to:johnsmith
    
    	
    Cc
    cc, ccname
    cc:david
    
    	
    Company
    company
    company:adventure-works
    
    	
    Category
    category
    category:business
    
    	
    Keywords
    keywords
    keywords:sports
    
    	
    Album
    album
    album:greatest
    
    	
    File name
    filename, file
    filename:2006hits
    
    	
    Genre
    genre
    genre:jazz
    
    	
    Author
    author, by
    author:david
    
    	
    Folder
    folder, under, path
    folder:adminstration
    
    	
    Ext
    ext, fileext
    ext:.rtf
    
    	
    Tags
    tag, keyword
    tag:personal
    
    	
    Type
    type
    type:image
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Contact
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Job title
    jobtitle
    jobtitle:manager
    
    	
    IM address
    imaddress
    imaddress:luis@adventure-works.com
    
    	
    Assistant's phone
    assistantsphone
    assistantsphone:555-1212
    
    	
    Assistant name
    assistantname
    assistantname:roberto
    
    	
    Profession
    profession
    profession:accountant
    
    	
    Nickname
    nickname
    nickname:louis
    
    	
    Spouse
    spouse
    spouse:susana
    
    	
    Business city
    businesscity
    businesscity:redmond
    
    	
    Business postal code
    businesspostalcode
    businesspostalcode:98052
    
    	
    Business home page
    businesshomepage
    businesshomepage:www.adventure-works.com
    
    	
    Callback phone number
    callbacknumber
    callbacknumber:882-8080
    
    	
    Car phone
    carphone
    carphone:555-1212
    
    	
    Children
    children
    children:anna
    
    	
    First name
    firstname
    firstname:maria
    
    	
    Last name
    lastname
    lastname
    
    	
    Home fax
    homefax
    homefax:555-1212
    
    	
    Manager's name
    manager
    manager:carlos
    
    	
    Pager
    pager
    pager:882-8080
    
    	
    Business phone
    businessphone
    businessphone:555-1212
    
    	
    Home phone
    homephone
    homephone:555-1212
    
    	
    Mobile phone
    mobilephone
    mobilephone:882-8080
    
    	
    Office
    officelocation
    officelocation:red/101
    
    	
    Anniversary
    anniversary
    anniversary:yesterday
    
    	
    Birthday
    birthday
    birthday:tomorrow
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Communications (e-mail, appointments)
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    From
    from, organizer
    from:simon
    
    	
    Received
    received, sent
    sent:yesterday
    
    	
    Subject
    subject, title
    subject:budget
    
    	
    Has attachment
    hasattachment, hasattachments
    hasattachment:true
    
    	
    Attachments
    attachments, attachment
    attachment:presentation.ppt
    
    	
    Bcc
    bcc, bccname
    bcc:michael
    
    	
    Bcc address
    bccaddress, bcc
    bccaddress:mike@contoso.com
    
    	
    Cc address
    ccaddress, cc
    ccaddress:mike@contoso.com
    
    	
    Follow-up flag
    flagstatus
    flagstatus:followup
    flagstatus:unflagged
    flagstatus:completed
    
    	
    To address
    toaddress, to
    toaddress:mike@contoso.com
    
    	
    Due date
    duedate, due
    due:10/15/2008
    
    	
    Read
    read, isread
    isread:false
    
    	
    Is completed
    iscompleted
    iscompleted:true
    
    	
    Incomplete
    incomplete
    incomplete:true
    
    	
    Has flag
    hasflag, isflagged
    hasflag:false
    
    	
    Duration
    duration
    duration:>120
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Calendar
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Recurring
    isrecurring
    recurring
    isrecurring:true
    recurring:true
    
    	
    Organizer
    organizer, by, from
    organizer:jonas
    
    	
    Location
    location
    location:calgary
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Documents
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Comments
    comments
    comments:excellent
    
    	
    Last saved by
    lastsavedby
    lastsavedby:josh
    
    	
    Document manager
    documentmanager
    documentmanager:jonas
    
    	
    Revision number
    revisionnumber
    revisionnumber:4a
    
    	
    Date last printed
    datelastprinted
    datelastprinted:yesterday
    
    	
    Slide count
    slides
    slides:>20
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Music
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Bit rate
    bitrate
    bitrate:>150kbps
    
    	
    Artist
    artist, by
    artist:U2
    
    	
    Year
    year
    year:1977..1987
    
    	
    Album
    album
    album:"greatest hits"
    
    	
    Genre
    genre
    genre:rock
    
    	
    Lyrics
    lyrics
    lyrics:"happy birthday to you"
    
    	
    Track
    #, track
    track:12
    
    	
    Year
    year
    year:>1980<1990
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Picture
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Camera make
    cameramake
    cameramake:nikon
    
    	
    Camera model
    cameramodel
    cameramodel:eclipse
    
    	
    Dimensions
    dimensions
    dimensions:8x10
    
    	
    Orientation
    orientation
    orientation:landscape
    
    	
    Date taken
    taken
    datetaken
    taken:last
    datetaken:6/12/2006
    
    	
    Width
    width
    width:33
    
    	
    Height
    height
    height:66
    
    	
    Flash mode
    flashmode
    flashmode:no flash
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Recorded TV
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Broadcast date
    broadcastdate
    broadcastdate:2005
    
    	
    Channel number
    channel
    channel:7
    
    	
    Closed captioning
    closedcaptioning
    closedcaptioning:true
    
    	
    Date released
    datereleased
    datereleased:2007
    
    	
    Episode name
    episodename
    episodename:zeppo
    
    
    
    Properties for file type: Video
    	Property	Use	Example	
    
    	
    Name
    name
    subject
    name:vacation
    subject:hawaii
    
    	
    Ext
    Ext
    filext
    ext:wma	
    filext:wma


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    Under the start menu, type anything you want and it will be found if indexed. Give that a go and let me know if it works?

    You can also search in Explorer:



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    No. Let's say I just connected an unindexed hard drive containing 10 billion various files only two of which are *.txt files, only one of which contains the word 'MyIndexingIsTurnedOff'

    What if 9 billion non *.txt files also contain the same term? This is an elementary search, why can't I do this quickly and easily Microsoft?



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    Did you try the search screen I linked to?
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    Huh? You can only type a search term there, but then what?


    What if I get a 10000 hits... where are the search options to narrow them down??
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    There's a Custom button with no real 'custom' options, look



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    Start typing into the search box. The taskbar will then show an option "Search Tools". Click that, then turn on Search Pane, and you'll have the advanced options.



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    That's Vista. I'm talkin'bout 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c627627 View Post
    That's Vista. I'm talkin'bout 7.
    Sorry 'bout that. I was trying to keep from starting my Win7 VM, and I thought they were setup the same way. I'm in Win7 now trying to find the advanced search. No luck so far... :^/

    Edit:
    I'm not sure how comprehensive it is, but a dropdown appears when you start your search to add a filter. You can pick Date Modified or Size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnz View Post
    No luck so far... :^/

    Edit:
    I'm not sure how...
    Do you see how crazy this is? Why are we having trouble with this... on a major computer forum.

    This should be easy to find for someone with much less experience than us, not only that, it should be easy enough to do in 10 seconds or less... even for someone with limited comp experience. What were they thinking!?!



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    Quote Originally Posted by c627627 View Post
    Do you see how crazy this is? Why are we having trouble with this... on a major computer forum.

    This should be easy to find for someone with much less experience than us, not only that, it should be easy enough to do in 10 seconds or less... for spomeone with limited comp experience. What were they thinking!?!
    Well, the basic search with a couple of filters I'd say is easier, and it was a case of the stupids on my part. I don't like the way you can't use more advanced options though. It seems to me a radio button with advanced search would be the way to go. You should be able to click that, and get a box like I have shown for Vista. Maybe there's a way to get that, but I have to do some more poking around.

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    Of course, let's see if we can figure it out, I'll take this to newgroups if we can't here. I'm just having trouble getting past us having to poke around... the mere notion of it...why?!


    These search functions were already there. They redisgned them. To achieve what? To prevent us from using them to do what they are supposed to do? Let's say you're doing this for business and you have to go through a million files. This is crucial.

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    EDIT: It can be done but only if you have an advanced degree in Windows 7/8 Search Engine operations and know by heart specific commands to type in.

    omg. I did some searching and it looks like we might be looking for something that's not there.

    You can't search system files.
    You can't search hidden files.
    They say you have to turn these on before search, *every* time instead of just hitting a checkbox.

    You can't search inside only *.txt or *.doc or other file types specifically. So you can't modify among potentially thousands of returns from different file types.

    You can't include/exclude subfolders. Forget about a case sensitive search.


    It appears you can do a date search but you can't type in size limitations, only a few size ranges of Microsoft's choice. I am speechless.




    They've completely gutted the search engine. As I see it, someone can make a pretty penney by creating a simple search program for Windows 7...
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    Yea, I haven't found much. You get more options if you search from different places. One of them is the Explorer window you get by right clicking the start button. The problem is, I never use that, and the options aren't that great, or easy to manipulate. I really don't search much, but people that do will find it anemic.

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    It appears that this is now about finding a simple third party program that can do a search using Windows XP parameters.\



    Edit: Just tried Google Desktop. It does a lot of things... except for searching your desktop using basic, basic parameters...
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    i am mostly missing that you can't search for computers
    you used to be able to search for computers and devices and just typ in the name or part of it and it would crawl the network and display them even if they are not in the same domain/ workgroup. no go for this in vista or win7
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    So yet another thing to be added to the list in post 13.


    I'd really like to find out what the reason for this decision was. [I know Microsoft couldn't make an OS which would allow you to simply move a file to the left or to the right without crashing the OS so that's why you can't disable file auto-arrange in Windows 7] but what is the reason for disabling search options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by c627627 View Post
    So yet another thing to be added to the list in post 13.


    I'd really like to find out what the reason for this decision was. [I know Microsoft couldn't make an OS which would allow you to simply move a file to the left or to the right without crashing the OS so that's why you can't disable file auto-arrange in Windows 7] but what is the reason for disabling search options?
    I doubt if it was a "decision" per se.

    It was probably more like a "cocktail."
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    if you ask me, it's because they want people to stop using their OS. *rimshot*

    Add "Search..." back to the right-click menu. not a fix, but a nifty hack that worked on vista, worked on my RC 7100:

    1. Click Start.
    2. Type regedit in the Search Bar and press Enter.
    3. Browse to the following registry key: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\ Directory\ shell\ find
    4. Locate the LegacyDisable subkey. Rename it to LegacyDisabl.bak
    5. That’s it. The hack is over. From now on whenever you will right-click on any folder you will see the Search… option again.

    I noticed on my RC, also, that as soon as I click in the "search" bar i get a little menu that pops down saying "add a filter" and has "Date Modified" and "Size" options. It's the first time i've actually tried to search bar in win7 so this is all new to me. I never tried the search in vista for that matter too, i keep all of my documents on a linux box.

    once "search..." is back in the context menu, that drop down actually gives you "kind: type: date modified: size:"
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    I'm sorry but this is hilarious, just like the response that you get from people familiarized with Office '03 when you switch them over to Office '07. I know because today is the day where I'm doing a lot of said installs. Just another Microsoft optimization. I can't wait to get home and play with this on my 7 install.
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