- Working with Files
- Selecting Files
- Viewing File Details
- Renaming a File
- Moving a File
- Copying a File
- Copying a File Using the Send To Command
- Deleting a File
- Undeleting a File from the Recycle Bin
- Opening a File from an Explorer
- Setting File Associations
- Printing a File from an Explorer
- Using Instant Search
- Saving Searches
- Running a Saved Search
- Adding a Tag to a File
- Adding Other Properties to a File
Running a Saved Search
If you have saved a search that you perform frequently, you can run that same search quickly by using the Searches folder, a special folder in the Navigation pane. This is a new feature in Windows Vista that helps you quickly locate a file or group of files.
In the Navigation pane, click the Searches folder. You see any searches you have saved, as well as some of the default searches that Windows Vista has created.
Double-click the search you want to perform.
You see the results of that search. You can open or perform any file- or folder-related tasks on the matches.