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Jan
2010



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windows 7Most of the files in Windows 7 are indexed with the Index Location option. Such a feature is extremely useful  to accelerate the retrieving process once you click  a file. Thanks to the indexing feature, in fact, your files will be opened faster because Windows already knows their locatrions. The downside of this feature is that it tends to suck a lot of your computer resources. Let’s see how to disable it.

  1. Click Start.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click All Control Panel Items.
  4. Click Indexing Options.
  5. A window named Indexing Options should appear on your screen. It contains all the folders and files which are indexed by Windows 7.
  6. Simply untick all the square boxes to turnoff and  stop Windows 7 from indexing your files.
  7. Done!

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