How to Search for Contents in Any File Type Without Indexing Service Enabled in Windows Vista and Windows 7?

Answer In Windows Vista and Windows 7, there is no built-in way to search for file contents in any file type when the indexing service is disabled. But there's a little-known tool called "findstr.exe" whi... Read More »

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How to Make Windows 7 Search File Contents?

Trying to find a document that you can't remember the name of, but know the contents of? Windows 7 doesn’t always automatically search file contents, especially when it comes to more obscure file... Read More »

How to Turn Off Windows XP’s Indexing Service?

Windows XP’s Indexing Service makes your PC run slow. There are several ways to turn off XP’s Indexing Service. The most thorough is to perform the following steps.

Windows Vista Outlook 2007 Indexing Troubleshooting?

Microsoft Outlook 2007 is fully compatible with the Vista operating system and includes a new search tool that allows users to quickly perform queries for messages. The search tool in Outlook 2007 ... Read More »

How do I change a type of file in Windows Vista?

Unhide File ExtensionClick “Start,” and then click “Computer” to launch Windows Explorer. Click on the button labeled “Organize” at the top left-hand corner of the “Windows Explorerâ€... Read More »