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Wednesday, January 11, 2006

MSDN - Using the "A word or phrase in the file" search criterion may not work: When you search for files that contain text by using the A word or phrase in the file search criterion, the search results may not contain files that contain the text that you specified. For example, .log, .dll, .js, .asp, .xml, .xsl, .hta, .css, .wsh, .cpp, .c, or .h files, or files with no file name extension, may not appear in the search results even if the files contain the text that you specified. This problem may occur even if you specified the file name or type in the All or part of the file name box.

This just pisses me off so much I think my head is going to explode.

I recently started using a XP SP2 machine and - as the above text states - the search facility is not working. That right...NOT WORKING. Microsoft sets aside over $1 billion for search and the first thing they do is fuck up what has been working for years! .doc and .htm are not the only file formats on the planet. How about .properties and .java?


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