Instantly search for files on your computer in the same way you use
internet search engines. It's like using Google to find files on your computer!
Within a second, FILEhand Search displays the results, sorted by relevance. It also displays extracts of the files, showing the search terms it found.
From the results window, you can scroll the extracts, open the file, open the folder that contains the file, and drag the file to a folder or application.
FILEhand Search works by indexing the folders you select. It uses its own
friendly indexing system, not the harsh indexer used by Windows. Windows' indexing slows your computer to a crawl, and many experts recommend you turn it off. FILEhand Search respects you and your computer and will not affect any application. Up to 100,000 files can be indexed for instant searching.
Supported files include PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, text, and MP3.
Whether you are an expert or novice computer user, FILEhand Search locates your files faster than you can click on My Documents and find them yourself. Furthermore, with the extracts, you may not even have to open the file to find the information you are looking for.
With FILEhand Search, you can search through thousands of PDF files and find the information you are looking for without opening a PDF reader.
If you listen to MP3s, you can enter any tag information, then drag the result to your MP3 player. No more having to search through folders to find the song you are looking for, or even needing to know the name of the album.
FILEhand Search will make you more productive and less frustrated while using your computer. Try it for 30 days and see for yourself.
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