Looking for Windows Search 4.0 capabilities in Windows 7/8.1/10

I have been using Windows Search 4.0 (and still am) on my Windows XP office desktop for years. I use it everyday all day long to find information on my computer. I still have my old XP computer as my main office computer because I can not do without this capability.  
(Here is link that talks about WS4 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/940157)

I have been looking for a way to duplicate this on Windows 7 for years and have not found any way to make the built in search work satisfactorily. The only thing that I have found that is close is Copernic Desktop Search.

I have included a screenshoots that show the layout of Windows Search 4.0.
Showing the TaskBar Search and the expanded search.

The ability to quickly show  
"Everything - Documents - E-mails - Music - ........ other" just by clicking on the label is Wonderful!! and necessary!

Does anyone have any advice or suggestions?
I would like to "retire" my old XP box but until I find a way to duplicate the search capabilities I am stuck.
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The built-in search in Win7 searches both personal files and email messages. An option within Outlook even lets you define whether email attachments are included in the search index.

Why doesn't that work for you?
"only files that have been indexed will appear in search results."
Have you indexed correctly for what you need to find?

Have entered your search terms appropriately?


Some additional thoughts

A much simpler and faster Search app is Everything.
NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
You can save your searches for easy future access.

After you do the search, pick "Save search" at the top of the toolbar.
Give it a name.
You can rename a saved search.
All named searches appear under Saved Searches
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TrystenProgrammerAuthor Commented:
jcimarron thank you for the links but as I stated in my original question I have been messing with this for years.

Things like saving searches or using the very good and useful program from Voidtools is not what I am talking about here.

The built-in search works, it just real sucks compared to Windows Search 4.0

If you are not familiar with Windows Search 4.0 then it is hard to explain the layout and how it works.

If there is any suggestion from any "old timers" that remember the extremely fast searching and the intuitive interface of Windows Search 4.0 on how to get that back with Windows 7/8/10 please enlighten me.

My only option may be Copernic Desktop Search but I am hoping that is not the case.

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rdjones316 --
Always glad to try.
TrystenProgrammerAuthor Commented:
I do appreciate the comments but they really were of  no help.
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