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Discussion in 'macOS' started by GreyFox1221, Jul 4, 2006.
Open System Preferences and start searching. The way it handles it is good to look at.
um... old news?
demoed by Apple before Tiger even shipped.
I'm sorry, could you provide more details as to what you're talking about?
EDIT: Oh, I see.. yes, old news, as PoD posted.
I assume he's just talking about the little "spotlight" effect you get that highlights relevant preference panes as your type in the search box...
Oh, I didn't realize it was common knowledge. Sorry about that.
No problem.. chances are there's plenty of folks who actually don't know about it and they might come across this thread.
I didn't know that, and it's very cool!!!
it was actually a little bit bizare the way they advertised it so much. its not like it is supposed to be a super commonly used program.. i don't even use the search feature at all
woowwww. thats really neat. too bad all folders dont spotlight like that...
Wow, well Microsoft is making a huge deal out of search with Vista, and I think that adding it into System Preferences is a terrific addition to an otherwise mediocre Apple Help.
Search is extremely important to a lot of people; I refuse to use Finder, for example, and instead just use Spotlight to find files I need.
Coolest feature of Spotlight for me? Definitely it's ability to search emails - I use that more than anything.
I must be doing something wrong, I never use Spotlight
Good post. Not everyone knew that. I didn't.
thanks for the tip...i had no idea....i'm new to the mac world