Following on from this question, I'd like to know whether Windows Search also shares the same shortcomings, or whether it is possible using Advanced Query Syntax to search for a substring in the filename only, leaving out the extension?
What I mean is, is it possible to search for something like, say, "zip" in only the filename such that the following valid filenames are returned?
zip has zip zip.doc azip.zipx textzip.txt has zip text File.zip.txt zipper.winzip File - zip text.zip this file name haszipin it.txt
The following are invalid filenames since they do not contain the string "zip" in the filename portion, but only in the extension. These should be excluded.
noname File.xzip File.zipx File.azipx File.bxzip File name.zip