Q. Recently had to upgrade from Windows 7 Home to Windows 10 due to computer dying. Need to perform a file search with a specific date range but keep getting everything but what I want. (i.e. – 04/01/2015 to 06/30/2015
This shouldn’t be rocket science. I have already tried >04/01/2015 but it brought up dates before and after with over 400 files to go through?!?!? Help????
In Windows 10, I don’t seed that little calendar box on the right. Here’s what I see: (1) I click on the search box, which highlights a “Search Tools” tab in the file manager window; (2) I click on the tab, which opens up the ribbon; (3) I click on “Date modified”, which brings up a drop-down list that gives you options like “Today”, “Yesterday”, “This week”, etc. — but no little calendar. Three clicks, and I’m still not where I want to be.
To get the little calendar, I ignore the tab on the ribbon; instead, I type “Date modified:” in the search box, and *then* the little calendar pops up. Five or ten keystrokes, then a drag of the mouse. Quicker, but still messy.
I’d like to see the behavior we had in Win7: clicking on the search box in the file explorer brought up a shortlist of search-by possibilities; then, click on “Date modified” brought up the little calendar. Two clicks and a drag. Easy.