Windows Vista: Making Advanced Searches To Work For You

In the Windows Vista keyboard shortcuts post, you've had a chance to see how shortcuts can speed up your navigation, I thought it would be a good follow-up to show you how to not only speed up your searches, but also make them more relevant to what you're looking for. Here's what you'll see coming as part of our […]

In the Windows Vista keyboard shortcuts post, you've had a chance to see how shortcuts can speed up your navigation, I thought it would be a good follow-up to show you how to not only speed up your searches, but also make them more relevant to what you're looking for.

Here's what you'll see coming as part of our Windows Vista Search tips and tricks:

  • Basic and Advanced Desktop Search Operators -- these actually work for both Windows Vista and Windows Desktop Search 3.01 on Windows XP.  (This list can also be found here, but we've replicated so you can search it using our blog's search engine.)
  • How to create a Windows Vista Search Folder
  • How to create a Windows Vista SearchMelt

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