How WinXP can make non-MS files invisible

Windows XP‘s search system includes a bizarre feature that appears to exclude files with non-Microsoft file extensions, under some conditions. It is however so odd that it’s surely got to be a bug, rather than monkey business. But you could go as far as saying it’s one of those MS things that inconvenience other companies if they don’t do things the new way we’re doing them in Redmond

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