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How to make windows 10 search find the things in other partitions?

My windows is on C and my music is on Z. If I write one of my track's name into the search it doesn't say anything.
Can I make the search find those things?
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    GeKKo525 said:
    My windows is on C and my music is on Z. If I write one of my track's name into the search it doesn't say anything.
    Can I make the search find those things?


    Just right click on your other drives, go to properties, and then check the box that says to allow indexing.

    You can also add locations to the index directly by pressing start, then typing "indexing options" and then adding though there.
  2. Is Z: a network drive or an internal drive?
  3. basroil said:
    GeKKo525 said:
    My windows is on C and my music is on Z. If I write one of my track's name into the search it doesn't say anything.
    Can I make the search find those things?


    Just right click on your other drives, go to properties, and then check the box that says to allow indexing.

    You can also add locations to the index directly by pressing start, then typing "indexing options" and then adding though there.


    Thanks! I learned a new thing again :)
  4. Snipergod87 said:
    Is Z: a network drive or an internal drive?


    Z: is a partition of my internal hard drive (we're talking about a laptop here).
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