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Set not content indexed attributes
Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2017 10:51 am
Anyone knows a quick way to many files and folders set "not content indexed" attributes at the same time?
Re: Set not content indexed attributes
Posted: Thu Feb 02, 2017 4:53 pm
I'd never even heard of that before.
(Now glad that I have... I think.)
Seems you can do that by drive.
(Right click the drive, Properties.)
(Disable Windows Search [Indexing] through services.msc.)
From a command prompt, using the ATTRIB command (Win7 & up, perhaps Vista too?).
(Not sure how to do that in XP?)
If there were a utility (& not that I've found one) where you could drag a set of files from Everything into...
Use Everything to generate a list of file+path names. Edit said list...
(%s/^/ATTRIB -I <TAB>/, kind of thing, then run it as a batch file...)