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    Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    I want to enable Natural Language Search in my PC running on Windows 7 or avoiding complex search. How can I enable this search feature?



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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    You should first click on ‘Start’ button and then on ‘Control Panel’ option. After that, you should click on the ‘Appearance and Personalization’ option available in the left pane of ‘Control Panel’ window appears on your screen. You should then click on the ‘Folder Options’ to view a dialog box with General, View and Search tabs on it. You should click on the Search tab and find ‘Use natural language search’ option from the given list. Then, you should click the check box near to that option and confirm whether a tick mark has appeared on that box. After that, you should click on the ‘OK’ option to save the changes made. Finally, you should check whether your searching has become simpler than before.

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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Follow these steps:


    1.Open start>control panel> appearance and personilization.

    2.there choose FOLDER OPTIONS.

    3. in that open Search tab.

    4.There you check USE NATURAL LANGUAGE.

    5.Click ok.

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Hiii....it is very easy to enable natural language search in windows 7..
    1-first click the Start button and type Folder Options in the Start Search text box.
    2-When it appears in the result, just click it. Once the Folder Options dialog box appears, select the Search tab.
    3-Now, locate and select the Use Natural Language Search check box,
    .Then click OK.
    Thats it.

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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    The natural language search feature is designed to recognize the keywords that you type in your phrase, strip out the unnecessary words, and then conduct the search operation.

    In other words ,it basically remove the unnecessary words that are not needed during searching.



    ::::Here are the steps to enable natural language search in windows 7::::
    1.Click the
    start tab.

    2.Type folder options in the
    Search box and then click on enter.

    3.In the windows that appear click on the
    search tab.

    4.Under how to search check the box next to
    Use Natural Language Search.

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    Wink Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    *** HI dude ***



    Follow these simple steps to enable it,



    • Tap on start->Control panel.
    • Double-click on Appearance and Personalization.
    • Click on Search tab.
    • Select the "Use natural language search" option.
    • Hit on OK button.




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    *** Thank you ***


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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Enabling natural language search

    Before you can use the natural language search feature, you must enable it. Click the Start button and type Folder Options in the Start Search text box. When it appears in the result, just click it. Once the Folder Options dialog box appears, select the Search tab. Now, locate and select the Use Natural Language Search check box, click ok

    6309658-396-481.jpg


    Other examples

    Once you enable the natural language search feature, you’ll need to experiment, but you’ll quickly get the hang of it. For example, I can now use the following searches:
    • Email from Greg –> Any saved email messages from Greg
    • Pictures of Greg –> any picture files named or tagged with Greg
    • Documents created last week –> Any documents created last week
    • Documents by Greg –> Documents where Greg is the author
    • 4MB MP3 –> MP3 files that are under 4MB in size
    • “Adobe Acrobat Document” created last month –> Any PDF documents created last month
    .

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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Enabling natural language search

    Before you can use the natural language search feature, you must enable it. Click the Start button and type Folder Options in the Start Search text box. When it appears in the result, just click it. Once the Folder Options dialog box appears, select the Search tab. Now, locate and select the Use Natural Language Search check box, click ok6309658-396-481.jpgOther examples

    Once you enable the natural language search feature, you’ll need to experiment, but you’ll quickly get the hang of it. For example, I can now use the following searches:
    • Email from Greg –> Any saved email messages from Greg
    • Pictures of Greg –> any picture files named or tagged with Greg
    • Documents created last week –> Any documents created last week
    • Documents by Greg –> Documents where Greg is the author
    • 4MB MP3 –> MP3 files that are under 4MB in size
    • “Adobe Acrobat Document” created last month –> Any PDF documents created last month
    .

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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Click the Start button and type Folder Options in the Start Search text box. When it appears in the result, just click it. Once the Folder Options dialog box appears, select the Search tab. Now, locate and select the Use Natural Language Search check box . Then click OK.



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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    HI FRIENDS....

    Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7=======

    Follow these steps:-------

    ==>Open start button.
    ==>select control panel
    ==>click the appearance and personalization.
    ==>there choose FOLDER OPTIONS.
    ==>open Search tab.
    ==>check USE NATURAL LANGUAGE.
    ==>Click okay button.


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    Re: Enabling Natural Language Search in Windows 7

    Hello Dude


    Kindly follow the below process


    Click the Start button

    Then type the Folder options






    Then you need to Select the Search tab

    NOW LOCATE AND SELECT THE " USE NATURAL LANGUAGE SEARCH BOX "








    There you need to click on OK button

    That is it


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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