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Posted on Apr 16, 2013 in Windows Basics, Windows Vista | 0 comments

Tutorial 7 – Search is everywhere! Vista’s powerful search functionality

In the seventh of our free Windows Vista tutorials, Marc Liron shows us how to use Vista’s new and powerful integrated search functions.

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While IT professionals are divided on Vista’s improved security measures, most of them are raving about Vista’s new integrated desktop search functions! These features are not just for the geeks though! Many of us have 100’s of pictures, music and video files on our computers, so get tagging! Tagging is really easy and makes finding files a breeze. Take a look at tutorial 3 to learn how to tag your files.

Please note – In Windows Vista Service Pack 1, Microsoft removed the search item from the Windows Vista Start Menu. You can still instantly search from the Start Menu (by simply opening it and typing) and in Windows Explorer and the control panel however.

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