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FAQ - voidtools [![voidtools](./Everything_files/voidtools9.png)](https://www.voidtools.com/) [Home](https://www.voidtools.com/) [Downloads](https://www.voidtools.com/downloads) [FAQ](https://www.voidtools.com/faq) [Support](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything) [Forums](https://www.voidtools.com/forum) [Donate](https://www.voidtools.com/donate) [Contact](https://www.voidtools.com/contact) Search : # [Everything](https://www.voidtools.com/faq/#everything) Frequently Asked Questions 1. Does Everything **search file contents** see content: search function. File content is not indexed, searching content is slow. 2. [Basic guide to using "Everything"](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/using_everything) 3. ### [1. Searching](#searching) for a file or folder? use boolean operators? use wildcards? include spaces in my search? search for a file type? for files and folders in a specific location? Advanced searching? 4. [How do I **index a FAT volume**?](#how_do_i_index_a_fat_volume) 5. [How do I i**ndex a mapped network drive/NAS/Network share**?](#how_do_i_index_a_mapped_network_drive_nas_network_share) 6. [How do I prevent the **UAC prompt** when running "Everything"?](#how_do_i_prevent_the_uac_prompt_when_running_everything) 7. ### [2. Troubleshooting](#troubleshooting) Search doesn't find what I want, Settings are not saved, Duplicated results, Result list is empty or contains only drives 8. ### [3. Everything](#everything) 1. How long will it take to index my files? 2. Does "Everything" hog my system resources? 3. Does "Everything" monitor file system changes? 4. Is "Everything" free? 5. Does "Everything" contain any malware, spyware or adware? 16. Does "Everything" miss changes made to the file system if it is not running? 7. What are the system requirements for "Everything"? 8. What is the Lite version of "Everything"? 9. How do I convert a volume to NTFS? 10. How do I install "Everything"? 11. Why is "Everything" 1.4 using more memory than 1.3? # 1\. Searching <a name="searching"></a> ### How do I search for a file or folder? Type the partial file or folder name into the search edit, the results will appear instantly. ### How do I use boolean operators? **AND** is the default boolean operator. For example, to search for abc and 123, search for: abc 123 To search for either of two search terms, add a | between the terms. For example, to search for .jpg or .bmp, search for: .jpg | .bmp To exclude something from the search include a ! at the front of the term. For example, to search for everything except abc, search for: !abc To show the basic search syntax in Everything: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Help** menu, click **Search syntax**. ### How do I use wildcards? Using a * in your search will match any number of any type of character. For example, here is how to search for files and folders that start with e and end with g: e\*g Using a ? in your search will match one character. For example, here is how to search for files that have a 2 letter file extension: \*.?? ### How do I include spaces in my search? To include spaces in your search enclose your search in double quotes. For example, here is how to search for foo[space]bar: "foo bar" ### How do I search for a file type? To search for a file type, type the file extension into the search edit, eg: to search for the mp3 file type, type *.mp3 into the search edit. To search for more than one type of file type use a | to separate file types, eg: *.bmp|*.jpg will search for files with the extension bmp or jpg. ### How do I search for files and folders in a specific location? To search for files and folders in a specific location include a \ in your search string. For example, here is how to search for all your mp3s in a downloads folder: downloads\ .mp3 You could alternately enable Match Path in the Search menu and include the location in your search string. For example, here is how to search for all your avis in a downloads folder with Match Path enabled: downloads .avi ### Advanced searching See [Advanced Search](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/searching/#advanced_search) for more information. # 2\. Troubleshooting <a name="troubleshooting"></a> ### Search doesn't find what I want Please make sure the following search options are unchecked: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Search** menu: * Uncheck **Match Case**. * Uncheck **Match Whole Word**. * Uncheck **Match Path**. * Uncheck **Match Diacritics**. * Uncheck **Enable Regex**. Please make sure the Everything filter is selected: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the Search menu: * Check **Everything**. Please make sure Everything is installed correctly: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab on the left. * Check **Store settings and data in %APPDATA%\\Everything**. * Check **Everything Service**. * Uncheck **Run as administrator**. * Click **OK**. * **Exit _"Everything"_** (right click the Everything tray icon and click Exit). * **Restart _"Everything"_**. Please make sure your non-NTFS volumes are included in your index: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Folders** tab on the left. * Click **Add...**. * Click Select your non-NTFS volume and click **OK**. * Click **OK**. Please try forcing a rebuild: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Indexes** tab on the left. * Click **Force Rebuild**. * Click **OK**. ### Settings are not saved Please make sure **Store settings and data in %APPDATA%\\Everything** is enabled. To enable Store settings and data in %APPDATA%\\Everything: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab. * Check **Store settings and data in %APPDATA%\\Everything**. * Click **OK**. ### Duplicated results NTFS volumes are automatically indexed by "Everything". Adding a NTFS volume as a folder index will show duplicated results. Please remove any NTFS volumes from your folder indexes: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Folders** tab. * Select any NTFS volumes and click **Remove**. * Click **OK**. To check which NTFS volumes are automatically included: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **NTFS** tab. * NTFS volumes that have Include in database checked are already included as a NTFS index. ### The result list is empty or contains only drives Please make sure the "Everything" service is running or "Everything" is running as administrator. To install the "Everything" service: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab. * Check **Everything Service**. * Click **OK**. -or- To run Everything as administrator: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab. * Check **Run as administrator**: * Click **OK**. Make sure you have at least one local NTFS volume. Please see [How do I convert a volume to NTFS](https://www.voidtools.com/faq#how_do_i_convert_a_volume_to_ntfs). To manually enable all local NTFS volumes for indexing: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **NTFS** tab. * For each volume in the **Local NTFS volumes** list: * Check **Include in database**. * Check **Monitor changes**. * Click **OK**. Force Everything to rebuild its database: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Indexes** tab. * Click **Force Rebuild**. * Click **OK**. # 3\. Everything <a name="everything"></a> ### What is "Everything"? "Everything" is search engine that locates files and folders by filename instantly for Windows. Unlike Windows search "Everything" initially displays every file and folder on your computer (hence the name "Everything"). You type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed. ### How long will it take to index my files? "Everything" only indexes file and folder names and generally takes a few seconds to build its database. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will take about 1 second to index. 1,000,000 files will take about 1 minute. ### Does "Everything" hog my system resources? No, "Everything" uses very little system resources. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will use about 14 MB of ram and less than 9 MB of disk space. 1,000,000 files will use about 75 MB of ram and 45 MB of disk space. ### Does "Everything" monitor file system changes? Yes, "Everything" does monitor your file systems for all changes. Your search results will update in real-time to reflect any changes. Everything will automatically keep your NTFS indexes up to date with the NTFS USN Journal. Changes will not be missed when Everything is not running as the system maintains the NTFS USN Journal. ### Is "Everything" free? Yes, "Everything" is Freeware. Please consider [donating](https://www.voidtools.com/donate). ### Does "Everything" contain any malware, spyware or adware? No, "Everything" does not contain any malware, spyware or adware. ### Does "Everything" miss changes made to the file system if it is not running? No, "Everything" can be closed and restarted without missing changes made to the file system (even across system restarts). "Everything" updates the database when it is started. ### What are the system requirements for "Everything"? "Everything" will run on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Windows 11. NTFS indexing requires the Everything service or running "Everything" as administrator. ### What is the Lite version of "Everything"? The Lite version of Everything is the same as the normal multilingual version of Everything, except it has some features removed: * Removed [ETP/FTP Server](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/etp). * Removed [HTTP Server](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/http). * Removed [IPC](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/sdk/ipc). The Command line interface / ES will not work with the Lite version. The SDK will not work with the Lite version. Windows accessibility features and screen readers will not work with the Lite version. ### How do I index a FAT volume? To add a FAT, FAT32 or exFAT volume to your Everything index: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Folders** tab on the left. * Click **Add...**. * Select your **FAT volume** and click **OK**. * Click **OK**. ### How do I index a mapped network drive/NAS/Network share? To add a mapped network drive/NAS/Network share to your Everything index: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **Folders** tab on the left. * Click **Add...**. * Select the **mapped network drive/NAS/Network share** and click **OK**. * Click **OK**. If network drive is not listed in Everything, please try running Everything as a standard user: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab on the left. * Check **Everything service**. * Uncheck **Run as administrator**. * Click **OK**. * **Restart** **_"Everything"_** (right click the Everything tray icon and click Exit). ### How do I convert a volume to NTFS? Please backup anything important before converting a volume to NTFS. Once a volume is converted to NTFS it can not be converted back to FAT, FAT32 or exFAT without reformatting. Please note that some devices may not be able to read NTFS volumes on USB disks / USB drives. To convert a volume to NTFS: * From the **Start** menu, search for: **cmd** * Click **Command Prompt**. * In the command prompt, type in the following and press **ENTER**: convert D: /fs:ntfs _where D: is the drive to convert._ ### How do I install "Everything"? Please see A [basic guide to installing "Everything"](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/installing_everything). ### Why is "Everything" 1.4 using more memory than 1.3? "Everything" 1.4 indexes file sizes and dates and also stores extra information for faster sorting by default. Please see [Optimizing for smallest memory foot print](https://www.voidtools.com/support/everything/indexes#optimizing_for_smallest_memory_foot_print) to disable these changes. ### How do I prevent the UAC prompt when running "Everything"? "Everything" requires administrative privileges for low level read access to NTFS volumes for NTFS indexing. The UAC (User Account Control) prompt can be avoided by running "Everything" as a standard user and installing the "Everything" service or not using NTFS indexing. To run "Everything" as a standard user and install the "Everything" service: * In **_"Everything"_**, from the **Tools** menu, click **Options**. * Click the **General** tab. * Check **Everything Service**. * Uncheck **Run as administrator**. * Click **OK**. * **Exit _"Everything"_** (right click the Everything system tray icon and click Exit) * **Restart _"Everything"_**. [About voidtools](https://www.voidtools.com/about) [Language](https://www.voidtools.com/language) 2023 voidtools - [Privacy](https://www.voidtools.com/privacy)