Yes, you can customize the way Windows searches for files and programs to suit your needs. By customizing your search settings, you can make it easier to find what you’re looking for. Here’s how to customize Windows search settings:
1. Open the Start menu.
2. On the right side of the menu, click the gear icon to open Settings.
3. In the Settings window, select “Search” from the list of options.
4. From the Search tab, you can customize several options.
a. The first option is “Search Everywhere” which lets you look up files and programs across all your drives and locations.
b. The second option is “Search my stuff” which lets you limit your search to a specific folder on your computer, such as your downloads folder or documents folder.
c. The third option is “Search online” which lets you search for information, images, videos, and other content over the internet.
5. You can also customize the way results are presented. For example, you can choose to show only recent items or specific types of files and programs.
6. Finally, you can choose to highlight partially matched words by selecting the “highlight partially matched words” checkbox.
By customizing your search settings, you can make it easier to find the files and programs you’re looking for. With these settings in place, you can quickly and easily locate the content you need on your computer.