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Advanced Query Commands
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Written by Administrator
Sunday, 04 April 2010
Advanced Query Syntax

The Advanced Query Syntax (AQS) is used by Microsoft Windows Desktop Search (WDS) to help users and programmers better define and narrow their searches. Using AQS is an easy way to narrow searches and deliver better result sets. Searches can be narrowed by the following parameters:

  • File kinds: folders, documents, presentations, pictures and so on.
  • File stores: specific databases and locations.
  • File properties: size, date, title and so on.
  • File contents: keywords like "project deliverables," "AQS," "blue suede shoes," and so on.

Furthermore, search parameters can be combined using search operators. The remainder of this section explains the query syntax, the parameters and operators, and how they can be combined to offer targeted search results. The tables describe the syntax to use with WDS, as well as the properties that can be queried for each file kind displayed in the Windows Desktop Search results window.

Desktop Search Syntax

A search query can include one or more keywords, with Boolean operators and optional criteria. These optional criteria can narrow a search based on the following:

  • Scope or data store in which files reside
  • Kinds of files
  • Managed properties of files

The optional criteria, described in greater detail following, use the following syntax:

<scope name>:<value>

<file kind>:<value>

<property name>:<value>

Suppose a user wants to search for a document containing the phase "last quarter," created by John or Joanne, and that the user saved to the folder mydocuments. The query may look like this:

"last quarter" author:(john OR joanne) foldername:mydocuments

 

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Windows 7 Start Button Changer
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Written by Administrator
Thursday, 25 March 2010

A small application to change the win button for Windows 7

You can get it here,

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/System-Tweak/Windows-7-Start-Button-Changer.shtml

 

 

Last updated ( Thursday, 25 March 2010 )

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Windows 7 Logon Background Changer
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Written by Administrator
Thursday, 25 March 2010

 

 

Get it here,

www.julien-manici.com/windows_7_logon_background_changer/

 

windows 7 Logon Background Changer

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SpiceWorks
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Sunday, 07 March 2010
 
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Thunderbird to Outlook
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Written by Administrator
Sunday, 21 February 2010

Best way to export from thunderbird to Outlook is:

Navigate to your Thunderbird profile folder, usually found in C:\Documents and Settings \ [User Name] \ Application Data \ Thunderbird \ Profiles \. Here Thunderbird stores your Inbox, Sent mail, etc as two files – one with, one without .msf extensions.

Convert these files to .eml files by downloading IMAPSize (from here http://www.broobles.com/imapsize/index.php). Go to Tools > mbox2eml. Select the file without the extension. Choose a storage location for generated eml files and click ‘Convert’.

In Outlook Express select the local folder, such as Inbox, to which you want to import messages. Open Windows Explorer, locate the folder where you stored the new .eml files, and simply drag and drop them into the Outlook Express window.

Outlook can mass import them from the import tools

be warned it will take a while as it does it message by message.


And to convert the address book use this utility: http://www.joshie.com/projects/dawn/download.html .

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Direct 3D effects from command line (Vista+)
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Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 06 January 2010

There is a tool in windows Vista that benchmarks the direct 3d of your system

Paste  the following on a command line

winsat aurora -time 15

or sth more interesting ?

winsat d3d -totalobj 22 -objs C(22) -totaltex 11 -texpobj C(11) -alushader -v -time 15

 

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Softone Inner Page
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Written by Administrator
Sunday, 03 January 2010

Always there was need for better connectivity among the users of ERP systems

Now this is possible with the new features of the http://kourentzes.com/softone/ site intented for use with softone ERP

Last updated ( Sunday, 03 January 2010 )

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Evony Farmer
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Written by Administrator
Sunday, 30 August 2009

New farmer links available for Download

Farmer manual

Farmer Installer

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Wallpaper Pack III
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Written by Administrator
Monday, 27 July 2009

New Quality Wallpaper Pack

44 MB of HD Wallpapers

You can download the wallpapers from here.

Last updated ( Monday, 27 July 2009 )

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CIO / CTO ?
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Tuesday, 19 May 2009

One of the questions I hear with some frequency is “what’s the difference between a CIO and a CTO?”

Both have to do with technology and products and management, CTO goes for external matters and CIO for internal


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