Date Added:May 01, 2011
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This is MUCH better than Win 7 search - they aren't even in the same league, in my opinion.
The icon printing is too small on my laptop.
I could not find any positive aspects to this software. I was seeking an efficient alternative to the useless search tool in Windows 7 which is far less efficient than the more thorough search utility in xp. I should have read the user reviews in addition to the CNET editor reviews but in the past I have found the CNET reviews trustworthy. This was not the case for this software.
This program really does nothing. It does not find files, text, folders or anything else in any predictable manner. It is difficult to use and to interpret even for an all too seasoned technobrat which I am. Do not waste your time.
If you are seeking a comprehensive search utility that is flexible and thorough, this is not it. Do not bother.
Reply by march1 on May 25, 2015
When migrating from Windows XP to Windows7 Ithe first thing I missed was the search function in WIN-7. Remember that cute puppy dog in XP? It was a goner.
So, I searched the web and found Super Finder XT and wold not be without it using Windows7. I don't know what problem you are having with your computer because it gets the job done. I have 3 internal drives and 2 slots for external drives yv a Thermaltake BlackX docking station. I never have a problem finding anything- just thought people should know.
It does what you need, if in search for a single file.
Typical teaseware. Too many features require the "supporter" version to be enabled (and paid). So, no way to export a list of results or to save favorite folders.
Good for basic usage (and better than the standard Win7 search. Not enough for a less occasional usage.
Installed well. Nice UI.
Used 10 times the memory while idling as the other-similar-excellent (but not as pretty) utility I have used for years: Locate32.
Given what I saw in Windows Task Manager, I would be a fool to replace Locate32 with this.
Typed in familiar wild cards and returned the file i was looking for immediately. Windows had not been able to drill down to this level and neoSearch was a waste of time.
Stops after finishing the search. Windows seems to go on forever.
Simple and intuitive interface
I have commented hear because cnet requires that i do
Does what it says which is important. Reminds me of old Windows search capabilities with much nostalgia.
Faster than hungry cats at feeding time when it sets to searching!
Paaaaaaaaiiiiinfully slow to start up on my Lenovo Edge50, even though it's in startup. Dunno. And, like another user said, it doesn't give enough enough about the search. In fact, it doesn't even show you your search string while it's looking.
I don't know whether it's the best out there, but it seems to be just about the only thing out there, i.e., that Download.com carries. Wonder why? No market? Or is EVERY drive on Earth but mine organized?
I cannot see any
it does not list the context of the search string inside all the files where the string has been found
This application is completely useless: it does not list the context of the search string inside all the files where the string has been found
Easy to use. Allows search for content. Great features.
None so far
Very happy I found this free software
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|Publisher||FSL - FreeSoftLand|
|Publisher web site||http://fsl.sytes.net|
|Release Date||May 01, 2011|
|Date Added||May 01, 2011|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows NT/XP/Vista/7|
|Downloads Last Week||1|