Windows Desktop Search Tips, Tricks, Advanced Query Syntax for Windows 10

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Nitin Agarwal is an MVP alumni and a Pro Blogger. He was awarded as Most Valuable Professional for 3 times by Microsoft in Windows Expert - Consumer category. He is immensely inspired by Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and APJ Abdul Kalam.

7 Comments

  1. Lph

    any tips on searching file content?

  2. Neil in Chicago

    WHERE IS THE FRACKING REFERENCE WITH A PLAIN LIST OF FILTERS/TAGS/M$CUTESY NAMES?!?

  3. Jay Bowden

    Microsoft has hidden reference info well for this, I have been looking for years. Perhaps if we ask nicely the author will tell us where he got his tables? Or did he make them up all himself? Thanks.

  4. David

    It just a rehash of an incomplete list from MS’s web site. It’s all cut and paste. The person asting obviously knows nothing aboutthe tpic.

  5. StefanS

    great list of tabels but are there how can I search file content with the instant search ? In my opinion the instant search costs a lot of time wherefore I use Lookeen. It’s in any way faster than the instant search and easier to operate. You can find some information on http://www.lookeen.com

    Addition: I work for the vendor of Lookeen.

  6. StefanS

    great list but I found it already on a microsoft site. In my opinion a hidden trick is third party software like Everything or Lookeen (interesting fact: it combines an outlook search with the windows search)
    (www.lookeen.com).

  7. freonpsandoz

    What does “duration:>120” mean?

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