I've read a lot of sites saying how Windows 10's search function is the best ever. I don't understand how it is. It seems to be the worst. I have a folder where I save all my screen shots. Every screen shot is saved starting with the name SnapShot_xxxxxxxx (x = the year/month/day of when the screen shot was taken). I have probably over 10,000 screen shots saved up over the years. When I go to the search bar and type in 'SnapShot' or 'SnapShot_' it doesn't find any of my files. In fact, it tries to give me all these suggestions to search on the internet for it. How dumb is that? I'm not looking for any of my files on the internet! The search option's purpose is to find files that are in computer/hard drive, yet 90% of all my suggestions or findings on any search I try to do is always directing me to search on the internet for it. On XP or even Win 7, I could type in the word 'SnapShot' and it would show/load every single file/document/image that has the word 'SnapShot' in it. I could select the option "show results" and it would open up a new window and show me the thousands of thousands of files it found on my computer. Windows 10 doesn't seem to be able to do that. I can't find an option also where to "show all results". I can only see the top 4 or 5 posted in their list. Am I missing something or am I not using windows 10 search option correctly. It seems rather self-explanatory that a search option is simple and easy to use right? Just type in the name of the file or part of the name of the file to find it and done! Why can't windows 10 do that? The only way I could find my file was to actually know the exact name of the file and then it would finally show up. But that doesn't make any sense. I'm trying to use the search option because I don't know what the file name is so how could I type in the exact name of the file in the first place? The whole reason for the search option is to be able to type in just a word or two that might be part of the file name so that it can pull up all the files that have those word(s) in it and then you find it easy.