Advanced Network Search is a network search engine for Windows. Sharing/SMB and FTP share. It indexes network structures to achieve faster searches. The program incorporates a built-in web-server and convenient web interface, which enables users to enter intuitive search queries. The program's MP3 search function includes parameters such as Album, Artist or Song name. Advanced Network Search is an excellent fit for corporate and home LANs.
Version 3.5 makes Web panel customization available.
What's new in this version: Version 3.5 makes Web panel customization available.
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