The search in Windows Explorer has stopped working properly - it does not find the files which are there, but will find other files that match the search criteria

Window 7

Was working before, but have only allowed a number of updates to Windows that had been blocked for a while.

For example. Type 'safe' in the search box. It finds files and directories with 'security' in the title, but not the files and directories that I can see are there with 'safe' in the title.

When I search using the "safe * ' it seems to do exactly the same thing as"safe ".  It does not show only files beginning with 'safe'

My suggestion was not ' safe * ' but ' name of the file: ~ safe * "(without the quotes).

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