Here's our Windows XP Tip for.. December 17, 2003
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Using Case-Sensitive Search Strings
By default, Windows XP doesn't bother with letter case when it searches local drives. If you have many files with similar names, you may find that you want to be case sensitive when searching for a file.

To enable case-sensitive searching, first open the Find window by pressing Windows Key-F, then click All Files and Folders. When the All Files and Folders screen appears, Click More Advanced Options, and then click, Case Sensitive.