When searching in Folder View in Windows Explorer, Windows Vista automatically highlights and shows a list of items corresponding to the word you typed. Sometimes this process can take quite a lot of time, above all if you have a large quantity of files. Luckily for us, Windows Vista has got among its features a nice option which lets you look for whatever you want just by start typing. This option is called Quick Search. Once Quick Search is enabled the only thing you will have to do is start typing and Windows will display right away the items whose name look like the one you just typed. Here is the trick to apply.
- Click Start.
- Type Windows Explorer in the Search Bar.
- Open Windows Explorer.
- Click Organize.
- Select Folder and Search Option.
- Click the View tab.
- Scroll the menu down and tick Automatically type into the Search Box located under When typing into list view.
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