do not ask me why, but I like Windows Search to index the contents of my classes in C# and all the directories of code in general to then be able to open in 2 clicks solutions / projects that are more me cool.
Disclaimer:I know that it is also possible to access the list of recent projects of Visual Studio with a beautiful right-click on the VS2012 access. But I am a man of keyboard wherever I can.
However, the steps for adding our code directories are as follows:
1. Windows key + W to access the Settings search
2. Write “SEARCH”
3. From the list of results, select “Indexing options”
4. In the search options, select “Modify”
5. Select the directories that you have mapped to our local workspaces. In my case I added a couple of directories at the root of my hard drive (E).
6 Well this time already have Windows search indexing our content, but clear by default doesn’t know how to process the code extensions, such as. cs. To add this in the options search select the option “Advanced” agergaremos this extension.
7. On the “File Types” tab add the CS extension, with the option to index content and properties as shown in the following image.
8. Ready! Now when we launch a file search will see the same results our files cs, vb, etc.
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