I just had to give you some information.
If your an average computer user and find search in Vista not working
for you, you need to set your search options through "Folder Options"
in how to search. Check the box next to "Use natural language search".
You can find Folder Options by clicking Start button and typing in
the"Start Search" box ,"Folder Options" at the top of your start menu
(left side) you will see under "Programs": "Folder Options" click on
that and the folders Options dialog box opens ,under the "Search Tab"
you can make the change described above. This will work faster than
"Copernic Desktop Search" and still retain finger tip acvanced search
This option was provided for those users that do not understand how to
do advanced searches. Vistas advanced search capabilities for you
system are very similar to the way search works when using Google.
I suggest, if you want to really learn how to use search in Vista, for
get about XP. The Search in XP compared to Vista is a tortoise. But
use natural language search until you learn how to use advanced search
methods. Microsoft should have set Natural Language Search as the
default, but I guess they figured this is 2009 and most people already
know how to do use some advanced search capabilities in search
Just set Use natural language search and you will be OK. The advanced
search in Vista will come to you in time through learning how to use
the advanced search syntax. But even the natural language search will
get it done faster than XP. And by the way when you set the Natural
language option you still retain all the advanced search capabilities
when you want them with out having to reset anything. They are at your
"flamestar" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> XP had a great desktop search engine and Apple a bad search engine.
> Vista copied Apples joke of a search engine and now you can only
> things that are not lost. I tried to make Vista's search engine work
> every way I could but its impossible. So I went out and bought
> Copernic Desktop Search.http://www.copernic.com/ (I do not wsork
> them nor get anything from them) and not only does their search
> work better then Vista's it works better then XPs.