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What’s the fastest desktop search tools you’ve used on Windows?

I love the speed of Everything, but am frustrated by its lack of sorting options. Is there an alternative which has comparable speed but more bells an whistles?

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You can try Locate32.

Locate32 is software which can be used to find files from your harddrives and other locations. It works like updatedb and locate commands in Unix based systems. In other words, it uses databases to store information about directory structures and uses these databases in searches. The use of these databases provides very fast searching speed. The software includes a dialog based application as well as console programs which can be used to both update and access databases.

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I use locate32 when I want to search contents inside a file as Everything doesn't allow that – Matthew Lock May 16 '12 at 7:39

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