File extension metadata_never_index
File extension metadata_never_index is used by Macintosh operating system MAC OS X and feature called Spotlight. Spotlight is a revolutionary desktop search technology that lets users instantly find anything stored on their Mac, including documents, emails, contacts and images. metadata_never_index is settings file used for forestalling metadata indexing of designated files, folders or partitions on the hard drive. Metadata consists of resource pointers for data, which documents origin, attributes and other file characteristics.
File extension metadata_never_index is only Mac OS X specific file type.
Files with file extension metadata_never_index you can find it also at root level on iPod.
Introduction to MAC OS X
Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard" is the most technologically advanced operating system Apple has ever released, but don't let that scare you. While there's a lot of powerful stuff going on under the hood, Leopard makes it easy for you to work, play, and get entertainment on your Mac.
Ever wonder why people get so attached to their Mac? Think Mac OS X. At the core of every Mac, Mac OS X is what makes your digital life more simple, more productive, and just plain fun.
Mac OS X is a celebration of simplicity and common sense. No complicated menus. No obscure commands. Most tasks can be accomplished with just a click or two. And if you ever need guidance, there’s a built-in help system to light the way. Oh, one more thing: Mac OS X is simply breathtaking — and easy to personalize with desktop pictures and screen savers.
Making amazing things simple takes seriously advanced technology. Mac OS X is built on a rock-solid UNIX foundation, delivers true 64-bit performance, and incorporates industry-leading animated graphics. The beauty is, you don’t have to know what one word of that means — just start up your Mac and enjoy it.
More than an operating system, Mac OS X is a collection of very cool applications. It comes with everything you need to surf the web, send beautifully designed email, video chat, and organize your personal information.
In a world where PCs constantly do battle with viruses and malware, Mac OS X is a sea of tranquility. Just go about your business and Mac OS X minds the fortress. Your documents are safe even if you share your Mac with others, and you can keep your kids safe by using a rich set of parental controls.
It’s a big world out there, and Mac OS X fits in perfectly. It runs Microsoft Office. It has built-in drivers for cameras, printers, and external drives. It plugs right into a PC network. And in case there’s a PC application you can’t live without, Mac computers can even run Windows. Mac OS X is compatible with everything — most of all, you.
Like you, Mac OS X is designed to be in motion. On a MacBook or MacBook Pro, it connects to any network automatically. It can protect your documents and connect you to secure VPN networks. And it has advanced features, like intelligent power management for longer battery life, to help you get the most from your mobile Mac.
What are file extensions?
A computer filename extension is a suffix (three or more letters) to the name of a computer file applied to indicate the encoding convention (file format, file type) of its contents.