When you upgrade from Windows XP to WINDOWS8, you will find that when Windows XP uses the "search" feature, you can look up the content in the file as a keyword, whereas in Windows8, when you are in the search box, the key person keyword Sometimes it is possible to search for file names and file contents at the same time, and sometimes, for example, search for files on U disk, but only search for filenames.
What's going on here? This is Windows8. The default search options are at work, and the following actions allow WINDOWS8 to always search for both the file name and the content:
1. Point the mouse pointer at the lower-right or upper-right corner of the screen, and then click the Search Super button.
2. Click Apply under the Search box, and then in the search box, type File Explorer, click File Explorer found in the upper left corner of the screen, and open the Windows File Explorer window.
3. Click the View tab, and then click Options to open the Folder Options dialog box.
4. Click the Search tab, under the heading "When searching for an index that is not indexed", select the "Always search for the file name and content (this process may take several minutes)" check box, and click OK.
Originally, the WINDOWS8 search feature searches for file names and content in indexed locations, and searches for filenames only when there is no index. Although most of the files on your computer are automatically indexed,
But there are still existing, such as temporary external mobile storage devices.
Of course, after you have made the above settings, in the Windows8 search box to enter the keyword to find, you will always find the file name and also find the contents of the file.