I'm encountering a strange behavior when I search for files with a format of a serial number consisting of 4 digits, a space, a letter, and a digit (#### B#). Specifically when that letter is a B.
For example I have a directory with the file
1234 B2.txt. The windows file search finds it if I type
1234 B, but not when I type in
1234 B2. It's like when B# follows a number it's some kind of modifier to the search.
Text B2 will find a file so named, and
1234 A2 will as well, but
1234 B2, and
1234 B2018 will all return "no items match your search" even if there is a file with that string in the file name.
This is happening on Windows 7 and is happening to several computers I've checked so far. Anyone have any ideas?