When I search FARR, I'd like the main exe link to be the top choice over all other kinds of files. As we know, when we install a program, we get all sorts of links in the Start Menu like the chm, uninstall, website links, etc. How can I configure FARR to either ignore the non-program running links or give them a really low score. I can't figure it out.
Also, let's say I have a directory with portable program files (they weren't installed using an installer). I want FARR to search those also, but I only want it to pick the exe files.
The hard part here is that the useless files and the program running files are named very similarly, especially in the start menu. Like if i search for "be" expecting to see Betaclock, I want my top choices to be mostly exe links. The program does this pretty good just by default, I just wanted to see if i could tweak it further. I wouldn't even mind getting all the other links out of the search altogether, I have no use for them.
The other thing I should probably do is clean my start menu's. Just delete all those useless links. But that takes some effort, and that's another discussion. I was and still am hoping for a start menu manager program for this very reason. One of the cooler workarounds for cleaning the files is to use a file manager like DOpus, set the directory mode to flat files, then sort by file type, and mass delete all the unwanted links.