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    Describes the features and improvements in Windows Search 4.0. Provides download information.
    Discusses the Windows Desktop Search add-in for UNC/FAT. This add-in lets you index shared network directories and shared FAT drives. The add-in also lets you easily search the contents of specific shared network directories and FAT drives.
    Describes a problem in which you cannot search for television content after you finish the "Set up TV" process on Windows Vista-based computers that have the Windows Media Center TV Pack installed. Resolutions are provided.
    Describes the May 30, 2006 hotfix rollup package for Windows Desktop Search version 02.06.5000.5378.
    Describes the Multilingual User Interface Pack (MUI) for Microsoft Windows Desktop Search (WDS) version 2.6. Includes download information.
    Describes why the Address toolbar is no longer visible on the taskbar after you upgrade to Windows XP SP3. A workaround for this missing functionality is provided.
    Fixes a search issue that occurs in Windows Vista. Specifically, when you search for some traditional Chinese characters by using Windows Desktop Search (WDS) or Instant Search, you receive incorrect results.
    Describes the availability of the Lotus Notes Protocol Handler Add-in for Microsoft Windows Desktop Search.
    Describes how the latest version of Microsoft Windows Desktop Search (WDS) is enabled for the enterprise. Includes download information.
    Contains a URL for an updated version of the Windows Desktop Search Add-in for Lotus Notes.
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