SearchWin is a Fast Windows Find File Utility that adds Multi-Term 'Search Engine' capability to the Windows File System. It provides greater power and flexibility than Windows native Find File Utility without the overhead of a database.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:31
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: SearchWin is a Fast Windows Find File Utility that adds Multi-Term 'Search Engine' capability to the Windows File System. It provides greater power and flexibility than Windows native Find File Utility without the overhead of a database. SearchWin finds files Without using ancient DOS filename or wildcard parameters. New! - for traditional computer users, DOS mode allows all those old wildcard searches you are used to (and includes 'in file' boolean searches) only at SearchWin speed instead of DOS speed.
SearchWin allows multiple search terms that can be related with the standard Boolean operators of AND OR and NOT. If you use long descriptive file names, SearchWin can provide unequaled benefit and flexibility in helping you manage your files. SearchWin provides tools to manipulate the 'found files' list and the ability to print or save lists to a text or cvs file. Files found can be Dragged to another program or manipulated with the Windows Explorer Context Menus.
Computer / Operating System Requirements:
Windows 95 OSR2,Windows98, Window Me, Windows NT 4.0 SP4+, Windows 2000, Windows XP. Internet Explorer4 or greater must be installed.
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