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I took a long shot and tried to delete HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderTypes\{ef87b4cb-f2ce-4785-8658-4ca6c63e38c6}\TopViews\{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000} as proposed in answer to question Windows 10 Search can't find ANY applications. Even calculator. Firefox now shows up after typing "fi" in ...


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Ok.... This worked. I have no idea why or what I have broken in the process. But here it is. Do you have any idea what it could have been? FIX: Delete registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderTypes\{ef87b4cb-f2ce-4785-8658-4ca6c63e38c6}\TopViews\{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}


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Just use a wildcard *. Example: "The * effect"


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If you can rely on the pattern Asterisk Digit Digit Digit then you can do a Replace All using the regex \*\d{3}. Make sure you have the Regular expression option selected.


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If your emails are still available in webmail, check for Outlook sync settings. If Sync settings are correct, you must rebuild search indexing to resolve this situation How to rebuild search indexing in windows ? Click on start & search for Indexing Options If Microsoft Outlook is not present in the list of Indexed Locations Click on Modify and ...


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You should enclose your search string in double quotes and place it in the appropriate field like "from:" or where applicable like shown below to get the results you need. See screen shot below There are tons of help out there for this. I looked up http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/searchcommands.htm In order to add search fields, on the Outlook home tab ...


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I solved the problem, sort of by accident. I still don't completely understand what happened.... I noticed that the icon for my add-on "Session Manager" was missing. I was having trouble restoring it, until I uninstalled and deleted the add-on, and then re-installed and activated it. After that, not only did the Session Manager icon reappear, so did the ...


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Use recoll desktop search along with the recollweb firefox extension. This copies visited pages to local cache that recoll indexes. Recoll desktop search: http://www.lesbonscomptes.com/recoll/ Firefox extension: http://recollfirefox.sourceforge.net/


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Press Ctrl+Right Arrow while the cursor is over the folder to open in the right pane. From Total Commander 8.51a Help/Keyboard: CTRL+left/right: Open directory/archive and display it in the target window. If the cursor is not on a directory name, or the other panel is active, then the current directory is displayed instead.


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Windows Grep. It's pretty simple, and kind of an older GUI, but it works well. It shows all the matching lines in the results with line numbers and when you click on each, you see the line with the value highlighted and a few lines above and below as well. I believe you can only search for one text string at a time though, and it will search all files in a ...


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Try "findstr": findstr/? Searches for strings in files. FINDSTR [/B] [/E] [/L] [/R] [/S] [/I] [/X] [/V] [/N] [/M] [/O] [/P] [/F:file] [/C:string] [/G:file] [/D:dir list] [/A:color attributes] [/OFF[LINE]] strings [[drive:][path]filename[ ...]] /B Matches pattern if at the beginning of a line. /E Matches pattern if at ...


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I found that the results where shown in a window which was minimized. draging the bar solved the issue. Before dragging the bar this is what it saw: Afterwards a list of results where visible:


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I found this after googling a bit: Visual Similarity Duplicate Image Finder Original discussion was here.


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To open the containing folder of a file listed in the search field in a new window, just press and hold the shift key while selecting open folder location.


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Exactly the same problem - search indexing of Outlook very slow (about 200 items per hour!) Also nearly got to zero and would jump back to 50,000 left... very frustrating. Best answer I found was here: http://www.msoutlook.info/question/47 Much of which is suggested on this forum already. Final answer for me was checking Event Viewer (Start-->Run--> ...


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Tab ⇥ Can't think of anything else to say ;)


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CMD-OPTION-F will take you to the search bar. See here: http://christianboyce.blogspot.com.au/2012/01/my-new-favorite-keyboard-shortcut.html Alternatively CMD-F will allow you to search the text on an existing page you have open.


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All of the solutions I've found require some sort of addon, but in my opinion, the least invasive method involves using keyconfig. To set it up: Install Keyconfig (through the link, I don't believe it can be installed from Get Addons) Open Keyconfig (via options in Extensions) and add a new key. Call it "Search selected text" or something you can ...



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