|I was pleased that someone else found Filelocator, too. |
As for the aggressive and insulting responses from those who have swallowed the WIN7 "search" kool-aide, your personal attacks reveal that you have nothing useful to say. A so-called search utility that does not even save its results and display them along with details of file size, dates, etc., is just a bloated piece of crap.
Am I "not configuring" my searches correctly? That's a nonsense claim. I should be able to search for files and folders by their names and get back a list, with those details, of files and folders of that name. not a disorganized random list of any file that might have, some day in the distant past, passed the named files in the hallway.
BTW - Open Source is not a dirty word and I would wear that label with pride. There was an interesting exchange only a few days ago in which an MS executive said that OS software is just a way of hiding incompetence. How ironic that statement is, coming from a company that has built itself a fortune on selling defective software, while preventing anyone from seeing the source. And he's complaining about software that anyone who has skill and wishes to apply it, can fix or change functionality.
Take this to the bank - a future release of Win will revert to the simple and easily used search that was abandoned on recent releases - and they will hail it as 'new and improved.