Is there a utility for Windows that will take a text file, and let you enter words into a field and remove entries from the list as you type in more words? Something like typing in the address bar of a browser, where as you type, the entries that no longer match are removed. [more inside]
posted by inthe80s
on Dec 4, 2009 -
I'm trying to find some old Word documents in Windows Vista and I don't seem to get the option to look through file contents when I use search. Could someone please tell me how I can do an advanced search to find all documents containing a particular phrase in Windows Vista?
posted by Tnuocca
on Jun 21, 2008 -
Getting Splunk running on Solaris 5.8, with log files on Windows boxes. [more inside]
posted by ajp
on Oct 23, 2007 -
I have a list of several thousand serial numbers in an excel file. Each of these serial numbers is located in another excel file in a seperate folder on my computer. Is there any program/method of finding which file each serial number was originally in? [more inside]
posted by Ramithorn
on May 4, 2007 -
How do I stop windows from automatically searching for media when a new drive is plugged in? (Minor annoyance.) [more inside]
posted by univac
on Nov 29, 2006 -
Is there a way to tell those fancy desktop search engines like Google or Copernic, to NOT index the contents of any file on my PC? [more inside]
posted by Oneirokritikos
on Feb 11, 2006 -
How do I make Windows XP search inside TPL files? I know they're text files, but because Windows doesn't recognise the extension, when I try to search for "a word or phrase in the file" it won't search inside the TPL files.
I know I did this once before to get it to search PHP files, but I can't remember how I did it.
posted by RobotHero
on Dec 13, 2005 -
I need a search tool replacement for the built-in windows XP search, or suggestions for it. I have a lot of files on different drives in different directories (C:\AA F:\BB ...) and I when I want to find a specific file that I know is in one of those directories, I have to select and search each directory one at a time. (searching all folders on all drives would take too long.) Anyway to make this quicker?
posted by Iax
on Oct 18, 2004 -