Tech-Pro Search lets you search a drive or folder for files of a specified type. You can narrow the search by looking for a particular word or phrase. Selected files can be opened using their standard application, or viewed using a built-in viewer.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: If you hate the Windows XP Search facility then Tech-Pro Search may be just what you need. It lets you search a drive or folder for files of a specified type. For files that contain text, you can narrow the search by looking for a particular word or phrase. Selected files can be opened using their standard application, or viewed using a built-in viewer. All this in just 22Kb!
Tech-Pro Search requires the Tech-Pro Utilities Startup package to be installed. This package contains the run-time files that are required by this utility. Tech-Pro Utilities are donationware - if you like them, please donate a few dollars.
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