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#1 Pater_Lingen

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Is it possible to disable indexing already in the ramdisk configuration?
 
As by default, the Windows search index is enabled even on the ramdisk.
 
Admittedly, you can restrict the windows search index to certain folders or even disable it completely. So maybe the ramdisk would not be indexed, although the ramdisk properties show otherwise.
However maybe it is still easier for some people to choose "index enabled / disabled" in the ramdisk configuration utility than to play with services.msc.


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Posted 3 weeks ago

As by default, the Windows search index is enabled even on the ramdisk.


I never seen that. In fact, even with a partition located in a true hard drive, the indexing options show that its content is not indexed unless you explicitly allow it. That's why I have never put this option in the RamDisk Configuration Tool of the Toolkit.




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