Windows Seven inherited the indexing feature from Windows Vista, which lets you do quick searches for your files, folders, documents, pictures etc. While indexing is a great thing and is hardly noticeable on the faster new machines with lots of RAM and CPU, it can be a resource hog on older machines with less adequate hardware. It can produce a lot of disk thrashing and spike your CPU and Memory utilization when you need it for other purposes. In this article we will show you how you can tweak indexing in Windows Seven to index only the locations you need or to disable it completely. The defaults for Windows Search and Indexing options in Windows Seven catalogs each minute thing, from your Favorites to your downloads and temp files, if you do not keep adding ton of favorites everyday, there is no need to have them indexed every time.