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For searching filename in Windows, Everything is the best option for you : https://www.voidtools.com/ For searching file content inside, I recommend TextSeek, a fast and easy desktop search tool. And you can find files without indexing : https://www.textseek.net/


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I can recommend my Hextor ( https://github.com/digitalw0lf/hextor/releases/latest ). It supports searching for patterns similar to RegExp for binary data, for example: \x00{u8:!0:3}\x00 This means: zero byte; than unsigned 8-bit values, not zero, 3 times; than zero. You can use arbitrary ranges, like {float:1.0..1.5}. See docs. Hextor is my pet project, it'...


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In addition to Windows built-in Search indexing, I find free DocFetcher a very powerful indexed search tool. As you set it up, you define the folders (and all subfolders) to index and to be watched by docfetcher-daemon-windows.exe, which indexes new files dropped into those folders. DocFetcher has a simple query syntax, can index a huge variety of file ...


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Registry Finder Free Portable Windows XP-10 View all search results in a list. Undo actions.


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I've developed a software product which is currently in Beta, and it is currently free. You choose folder sets (the root folder of a set of folders, or on its own) and the software will find similar images across the sets, as long as they are very similar (almost the same image). The only thing is that it takes time the first time to analyze all your images (...


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