Windows 10 -Search Function


Hoverflylover 8 54 1 England
13 Feb 2020 4:24PM
I have today had a new PC installed with an upgrade to Windows 10. I usually store all my Raw images on hard drives and once edited I rename theme with a different file name (for example 289No2). The No2"indicates to me that it is an edited image so all edited images will end with "No2". Does anyone know the command in Windows 10 search box to specifically search within just a FOLDER for all the "No2" images. Thank you in advance.

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Tianshi_angie 5 2.8k England
13 Feb 2020 6:36PM
If you open File Explorer, at the top are search boxes . On the left hand side is usually written ' Quick Access'. Delete this and find the folder which you wish to search - i.e. Fuji s100 - then in the box on the right write No2 and click on search.
Hoverflylover 8 54 1 England
13 Feb 2020 7:20PM
Thank you for this Tianshi. Really appreciate your reply.
Tianshi_angie 5 2.8k England
13 Feb 2020 10:02PM
Glad if it helped.

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