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Use the find command. For example to find "yourstring" in all txt files: C:\YourFolder>find "yourstring" *.txt If youre on a network, just map the drive to Z for example, and run find from that drive.


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Use glimpse / glimpseindex, as far as we are talking about ASCII textfiles here. It creates a very small index, since it does not store the line of occurence but only the fact that it occurs - so, a grep will be done, but only in the files actually containing the word, which is fast. Use glimpseindex to index your harddrive, and use glimpse to ...


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Try fetching.io Complete, fulltext history search - indexes all pages browsed. Index stored locally (only available on Mac - Linux coming soon) or cloud-based. Free while in beta (at least as of 12 Nov 2014). Enable this search from omnibox by typing f, space and then your search. Like: f bottlenose dolphin



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