Re: Start Menu - program search issue
Oh thank goodness, I've finally found someone else with the same problem.
The word I have issues with is "photo" ("phot" works great, but no results
for "photo"). Not a show-stopper, but WHY!?
I'm thinking it might have something to do with a program called FileMenu
Tools, even though I've uninstalled it. Another idea was that I somehow
messed up during the uninstall of an earlier version of Start++ a while ago.
I also have NTFS Link Shellextension (not that I suspect it, but who
I also have a partitioned hard drive setup, which I know caused many
problems when I first tried to setup Vista.
Anything sound like something you have? Or do you have ideas? Hopefully
there is something common between our computers that will explain this
> "Dave Wood [MS]" wrote:
> > Yes this is not expected behavior. I've heard of one other person having
> > this issue, although I'm afraid we haven't been able to reproduce it
> > internally and so we don't know what is causing this.
> > If there's anything particularly unusual about your system or applications
> > installed that might be helpful.
> > Dave
> > "rogueslayer1138" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> > message news:5259AFCC-BE8A-4509-AAAC-60432CCE3A99@microsoft.com...
> > >I use Windows Mail for my daily email tasks, and would like to be able to
> > > open the program by using the vista search bar built into the start menu.
> > > The
> > > problem is, when i search for "mai" it brings up Windows Mail, and I can
> > > hit
> > > enter and load the program. However, when I search for "mail", it returns:
> > > "No items match your search." I have it set to index both the start menu
> > > and
> > > my programs directory, and have even tried to rebuild the index.
> > >
> > > It seems kind of strange that Vista would recognize that when I type "mai"
> > > I
> > > want my mail programs, but when I actually type "mail", it gets
> > > confused...
> > > and this in turn has -me- confused.
> > >
> > > If anyone could help it would be most appreciated. Thanks!
> > >
> > >