Here's one of those slow queries: SELECT a.FileID, a.EventID, MAX(b.cyNumber) AS cyNumber, MAX(b.skNumber) AS skNumber, MAX(b.cyFormat) AS cyFormat, MAX(b.Cost) AS Cost, MAX(b.PackageRef) AS PackageRef, MAX(CASE WHEN b.BMUpdatedON = '1900-01-01 00:00:00.000' THEN Where do I go to do this??? It indexes all of the files and locations you have chosen, and subsequently stores them in a database. Reply TWL December 29, 2015 at 12:18 am # Swinehart's fix works! http://wkpadv.com/windows-10/upgrade-windows-7-to-windows-10-without-losing-data.html
Copyright © 2006-2017 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved Get exclusive articles before everybody else. Sign up for the TekRevue Weekly Digest using the box below. Windows Search is now disabled, a fact that Windows is happy to remind you about (and offer to fix) when you do perform searches. The Advanced button gives you some more options, which we will see below. http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/322419-why-rebuild-search-index-ridiculously-slow.html
Reply Elizabeth January 10, 2016 at 8:48 pm # I have a the same issue and I have removed all third party apps that may access outlook. One note before we begin: rebuilding the Windows Search index can take a very long time depending on the speed of your PC, your storage drives, and the number of files Click OK to accept the warning and start the re-indexing process.