Re: What's the deal with all this "super" searching in Vista?
Thanks loads. As frustrated as I was, I figured it was something I was doing
(or not doing). Thanks again.
> Yes, you need to set that up using Control Panel > Indexing Options. By
> default, Search only indexes those items under C:\Users. Click on Modify to
> add the other locations that you want indexed, using the dialog's directory
> tree/checkmark system.
> "Byron Followell" <ByronFollowell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:1638FEDA-864C-4C97-8A73-13091C7A000B@microsoft.com...
> > What's the deal with all this "super" searching in Vista that appparently
> > doesn't work for me?
> > I've added tags, captions and other metadata to many of my photos.
> > However,
> > none of these photos show up when I perform a search. I'm sure I'm
> > probably
> > doing something wrong but I have no idea what it is. One thing I should
> > mention is that I'm not using the normal Windows Vista photo locations.
> > They're all in another directory on one of my larger drives. Isn't Vista
> > supposed to index all drives/driectories, or do I need to set that up
> > somewhere?
> > All I know is that all the reviews and demos of this new Vista made it
> > look
> > so easy to just enter a name or keyword and find anything on your computer
> > related to it and I'm not having any luck at all. If anyone has any ideas,
> > I'd be most appreciative. Thanks in advance.
> > Sincerely,
> > - Byron Followell