Searching Disk

You can find a file by its name, contents, extension, or properties. You can also find a folder by its name.

Just enter the query in the search bar above the files list and click Search.

If you don't find the file you need, make sure that the words are written correctly, try to reduce the number of words in the search query, or check the Trash.

You can search for files and folders using the following criteria:

  1. By file name and file extension, by folder name
  2. By a file name in an archive
  3. By the text in a document
  4. By metadata of photographs
  5. By metadata of an audio file
  6. By the text on an image
  7. In email attachments

By file name and file extension, by folder name

You will be able to find the file you need even if its name contains underscores, hyphens, or periods. For example, with the search query [spock list] you will find the following files: Spock_list.pdf, Spock-list.pdf, Spock.list.pdf.

The search function takes into account the morphology of the English language. For example, with the search query [report] you will find a file with the name "Corrections to the report for September" or "Comparison of reports for August and September".

If there is an error or typo in your search query, the search function will correct it. For example, you can find a file with the title "document", even if you entered [dopument] or [ljrevtyn] in the search query.

In order to find files with a specific extension, indicate the extension or the filename and the extension in the search bar. You can also indicate the name of a file or folder. For example, using the request [Uhura jpg], you can find the photos which are stored in the "Nyota Uhura" folder.

By a file name in an archive

You can also find a file if it is stored in a RAR or ZIP archive — just enter the file name in the search bar.

By the text in a document

If you do not remember the name of the document or the e-book you're searching for, but you remember a phrase from the text, then you should use that phrase as your search query. When searching by text, the following file formats are supported:

  • documents: DOC/DOCX, XSL/XSLX, PPT/PPTX, ODT, ODS, ODP, CSV, RTF, TXT, PDF, HTML
  • books: FB2, EPUB

By metadata of photographs

You can find all the photos taken by a specific camera by entering the name of the camera in the search bar. For example, with the search query [sony nex 5] or [iphone5] you will find all photos that were taken with these devices.

By metadata of an audio file

To find an audio file, you can enter the name of the genre or album into the search bar – for example, with the search query [rock] you will find Led Zeppelin — Stairway to heaven.mp3.

By the text on an image

If you know some words from the text on a picture, use them in the search query – this will allow you to find scanned documents, business cards, or ads. The search function can identify Russian and English text with the help of Optical Character Recognition technology.

In email attachments

In order to find a file attached to an email, go to Mail attachments and enter a search query in the search bar: