I absolutely love the idea of being able to search for files based on the date/time changed.
However, searching with cd: does not actually seem return the "Date Changed", as in the "Date Modified", but according to the display in the "Everything" window it is the "Date Recently Changed" that this search is based on. While I am not even sure what "Date Recently Changed" actually stands for, it clearly does not denote, which files were modified within the last 24 hours. The dates and times listed are correct in the sense that they denote some form of "change" within that period, but the display virtually exclusively lists files that I have not modified during that period and besides, the absolute majority of my files (WinXP SP3, NTFS) does not even have an entry for this at all!
In looking at the columns available, I can see that there are three further entries which would not only give me exactly what I want, but would extend this immensely useful feature brilliantly. Thus my suggestion: Would it be possible to have the following searches ...
md:/mw:/mm: Modified within last 24 hours, week, month.
cd:/cw:/cm: Created within the last 24 hours, week, month.
ad:/aw:/am: Accessed within the last 24 hours, week, month.
rd:/rw:/rm: Recently changed within the last 24 hours, week, month.
I realize that this would change the meaning of the already existing search term cd:/cw:/cm: completely, but since these were only introduced in the recent alphas, I feel that this change could still be made without causing too much confusion. Hope you and the community agree