File-O-Scope is LAN search utility with extremely clear and simple interface. It stands apart from a number of similar software by attractive appearance and user-friendly behavior.
Regardless of File-O-Scopes simplicity, its functionality also meets the highest requirements. The software can easily search through the entire LAN, or through selected sub-domains, subnets and IP ranges.
Multithreading search engine is designed to deliver most results in 30 seconds or even less.
Hidden network shares can also be viewed and searched; as well as various archives (ZIP, ARJ, RAR, TZ, TGZ, TAZ, Z, TAR). Above all, the program provides text search; scheduling search option applicable to big multi-server networks; multiple search-results-saving formats (from CSV to WinAmp playlists).
All this mighty functionality is combined with instinctively understandable Explorer-like interface. You can explore computers and subnets just like folders on your computer. You can also create complicated search filters with few clicks. Finally, you can easily drag-n-drop any object you have found.
You will certainly understand and like File-O-Scope as soon as you try it on small home network or giant intranet structure, while looking for one small file or thousands of them, from time-to-time or every hour. Just try!
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