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Contents Management For Windows 7 Search File

By default, Windows has a search tool called Windows Search that may rapidly locate a certain file or set of files based on metadata or a given name. One of Windows’ best features is its search functionality, which allows for extremely precise filtering. For Windows 7 Search File, Windows Search indexes not only the properties or metadata of a file but also the contents of the file itself. This allows you to look for a specific word or phrase in all of the files.

Windows Search is flawed because it does not do justice to the content index of all file formats. For plain-text files, indexing of their contents has already been completed. But, Windows Search may not index your new file type if it only contains plain text. The flexibility to modify the file formats that are content indexed makes it possible to do a keyword search across a wide variety of file formats. Continue reading