well, it looks as though the default installation doesn't look for executables, just document types. I was able to go into the options menu and add '*.exe' as a file to look for. Before I did that, I tried searching for wbconfig.exe and it found all instances of 'wbconfig' AND '.exe'inside documents. Not exactly what I was looking for. All of the results turned up in d:\stardock programs\...
I found this at their web-site:
Available desktop search categories:
* Files: Office documents (Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, Excel worksheets), WordPerfect documents, Adobe Acrobat documents, HTML pages, Text files, and ASP, .C, .CPP, .CS, .CSV, .H, .INC, .INI, JAVA, .PAS, .XML, .XSL documents. Certain file properties only are also indexed by default for these additional text files: GZ, HLP, RAR, SWF, TAR, VSD.
* Emails: Outlook 2000/XP/2003, Outlook Express 5.x/6.x, Eudora 5.0 and Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 emails and attachments.
* Music: Full metadata indexing of iTunes, MP3, OGG, WMA and WAV music files.
* Pictures: Full metadata indexing of EXIF, JPEG, GIF picture files.
* Videos: Full metadata indexing of MPEG, QuickTime and Windows Media video files.
* Favorites/Bookmarks: The browser favorites or bookmarks (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla or Netscape 6x./7.x).
* History: The browser history (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla or Netscape 6x./7.x).
* Contacts: Outlook 2000/XP/2003 (including Exchange Server), Outlook Express 5.x/6.x, Windows Address Book and Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 contacts.