Windows Search does not appear to recognize flash video files as being video.
I frequently use Windows search to filter files in a folder. Occasionally I want to look for newly download video files in a folder so I will run a search like
after:yesterday type:video. Unfortunately this does not appear to include flash video files. But it does seem to pick up .wmv, .mp4, and probably other type types.
What do I need to change to get Windows to recognize that a
.flv file is a video? Or more generally, how do I force Windows to believe some arbitrary file extension is a certain kind of file.