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How to Save Search in Windows for Quick Access Later

 If you frequently use search to find specific files in Windows, a saved search is a great way to access them faster than retyping them every time. This save search is especially useful if you frequently perform advanced searches, or searches by combination of date, file type, or keyword.


Saved search on Windows is very easy. After doing a search in File Explorer, select the “Search” tab and then click the “save search” button. No matter where the file is, you can save any search you want.


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By default, searches are saved in a folder called “Search” which you can find in – “C:\users\<username>\" – you can change to save them anywhere.


To make it even more practical, right-click the “search” folder and select “Pin to Quick access”, and the “search” folder will appear on the left sidebar of File Explorer.


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You can also save a search by dragging the icon from the address bar to the search folder on the left sidebar. But when you do this, Windows creates a shortcut for the search instead of saving it as a saved search. But you can still use shortcuts in the same way as saved search.


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And, in Windows 10 you can also pin “saved search” to the Start menu for easier access. Just right-click on the file you want to save and select “Pin to Start”. You will see your search file appear in the Start menu.

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