The current list of indexes is displayed, and you can add new indexes, remove unnecessary places, and so on.
Reconfigure the location of the index
▼ Index these locations : The list displayed in the 1“Included Locations” is the current indexing target.
If you want to change the drive or folder targeted by the index, click the 2button.
▼ You can check the list of files and folders to be indexed.
If you do not want to index, for example, unchecking 1“Internet Explorer History” disappears from the 3Summary of selected locations.
2New location you want to index, for example, if you check Local Disk(C:Drive), it will be included in the 3Summary of selected locations.
4The Settings are finished, clickbutton.
Changing the location of the index
▼ In the “Index Options” window, 1Local Disk(C:) is included newly in the Included Locations. Click 2button to go to the “Advanced options” window.
▼ On the “Index Settings” tab, to change to the new index location: click 1button. Current Index location is 2C:\ProgramData\Microsoft folder by default.
▼ After selecting a New Folder for Indexing, and click 1button.
Adding or excluding index target file types
▼ In the “Advanced Options” window above, when you click the 1File Types tab, the 2extension of the file type that is currently indexed is displayed.
2 Uncheck the extensions you want to exclude from indexing in the file extension list.
3 If you have an extension that you want to target for the new index, entering “extension name(For example, jpg)” in Add new extension to list:, and clickbutton.
4 Clickbutton to apply the settings .
Indexinf data of Outlook Mail
▼ If your e-mail is not organized well and Outlook search is not working well, you may want to try re-indexing it.
Location of the index file
▼ By default, the index file is included in the following location.
▼ If you need to take ownership and permissions to a Storage Location, see the following: