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Do you have plenty of files on your hard drive and have trouble finding files?

We'll worry no more as this free software will help you in find your files quickly.

 

Here is a sample screenshot of the program:

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In this screenshot, I search for a file named "CountVowels". It is a program I made a few months ago. With Everything program, I don't have to search my file manually. I just run Everything and input the file name and results will be delivered in just seconds. So, there you go. File searching made easy.

 

Here is the link for the software: http://www.voidtools.com/

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So why would you use this vs using the built in Windows search? Windows search already has an index on everything as well.

 

Not nessesarily. Windows will only index certain locations unless you tell it to do otherwise. Usually programfiles,your user folder, and anything attached to a library by default if I remember rightly.

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Not nessesarily. Windows will only index certain locations unless you tell it to do otherwise. Usually programfiles,your user folder, and anything attached to a library by default if I remember rightly.

Ah ok wasn't aware of that.

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So why would you use this vs using the built in Windows search? Windows search already has an index on everything as well.

Windows Search is not enough. Its not that powerful. Try to install 'Everything' and compare the results with Windows Search. You'll be surprised by the results. :)

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Windows Search is not enough. Its not that powerful. Try to install 'Everything' and compare the results with Windows Search. You'll be surprised by the results. :)

 

Alright, I'll give it a try. Work with Windows 7 64-bit?

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Windows Search is more than enough for the average user. The Start Menu items and user area are the most commonly used places. However if you want to search your entire system, then this is probably better. But if it works like Windows Indexing (where is scans the system and keeps tabs of where files are) then it may slow systems down.

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