SearchGun is a full-text search utility . Search any files on your computer or local network by it content and file name. It will find anything you're looking for, even if you don't know how to spell them, or it is misspelled in the files.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:32
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Description: SearchGun is a full-text search utility Search any files on your computer or local network by it content and file name. It will find anything you're looking for, even if you don't know how to spell it, or it is misspelled in the files. The main features of SearchGun are: searchs not only in file name but in file content; approximate search (find keywords or phrase even if you don't know how to spell them); supports different formats (Word, Excel, Adobe pdf, html, mp3, wma, txt, zip etc); search uses the morphological analyze (ignores the suffixes, endings and mistakes); quick preview a found file content without opening the file; multithread simultaneous search. SearchGun gives computer user a more advanced file searching alternative than the standard solution that comes with your Windows. So this utility contains such useful settings, but it's also very simple in use. The main is you establish the settings by your own.
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