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Old March 19th 19, 11:32 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
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Old March 20th 19, 02:24 AM posted to alt.windows7.general
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On 18 Mar 2019, "Bill in Co" [email protected] wrote in
alt.windows7.general:

OK. I read that happens so quickly since it simply uses the NTFS
change journal information.


Simple or not, it's very, very effective. Unless you need to search
file content, which I almost never to, it's by far the quickest,
easiest, most convenient tool I've ever used. I also have Agent Ransack
available, too, but it't been years since I fired it up. I use
Everything multiple times a day, every day.

As I understand it, Everything can't search FAT32 volumes (or
maybe it can, but just without any indexing).


Untrue.

Also, a simple search on file mod dates (between date xx and date
xy, simply checked off via checkboxes like in Agent Ransack),
would be nice. But I haven't looked further into it.


It's there.
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Old March 20th 19, 02:59 AM posted to alt.windows7.general
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Nil wrote:
On 18 Mar 2019, "Bill in Co" [email protected] wrote in
alt.windows7.general:

OK. I read that happens so quickly since it simply uses the NTFS
change journal information.


Simple or not, it's very, very effective. Unless you need to search
file content, which I almost never to, it's by far the quickest,
easiest, most convenient tool I've ever used. I also have Agent Ransack
available, too, but it't been years since I fired it up. I use
Everything multiple times a day, every day.

As I understand it, Everything can't search FAT32 volumes (or
maybe it can, but just without any indexing).


Untrue.


OK, as I now understand it, it can search FAT32 volumes (using indexing),
but you must explicitly state how often you want it to index the FAT32
volume. And that can potentially be problematic, in that the index may not
be up to date and reflect all the file or folder changes made since the last
indexing operation was performed. But admitedly, the benefit of using
indexing is in getting much much faster results, but along with the caveat
just mentioned.


 




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