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VB net 2012 code to search for programs and files as in the windows 7 start menu

I want to make a textbox similar in function to the search textbox in the windows 7 start menu.
When I search for something in the windows 7 start menu, the process searchindexer.exe runs.
So you would think that is what I have to run in my program. But when I run it, nothing happens.

Someone said to use the Windows API Code Pack for .NET Framework as that provides API hooks for using
the existing Windows Search inside my own applications. Sounds like that is what I want. Can someone get me started on how one uses API hooks, as I am new to programming.

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VB net 2012 code to search for programs and files as in the windows 7 start menu

searchindexer.exe: VB net 2012 code to search for programs and files as in the windows 7 start menu

I want to make a textbox similar in function to the search textbox in the windows 7 start menu.
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Someone said to use the Windows API Code Pack for .NET Framework as that provides API hooks for using
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Dim lngFind As Long
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