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How to find anything, fast
By  Super Admin  | Published  05/1/2011 | User Interface Tips | Rating:
How to find anything, fast
Vista has completely changed the way you search for documents, programs and settings. Unlike XPís Start menu, you donít have to manually hunt down what you need. Just press the [Windows] key and start typing the name of what youíre looking for. As you type, Vista scours your hard disk for all files, programs and even its own settings for items that match, displaying applications at the top of the list and documents in the lower portion. The more characters you type, the more Vista filters out the results.
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