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How do I search a Korean word made up of two or more syllables with Windows Explorer search? If I search for example 2-syllable-word 2-syllable-word ("world"), I get results for any files where filenames contain syllable-1 syllable-1 and syllable-2 syllable-2 even if they are not next to each other. So it brings up results like example-result.

Adding quotes around the word did not help.

*Sorry for the weird format, Super User does not seem to allow Korean.

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