Everything

Everything 1.4.1 Build 935

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  • Thanks to its impressive performance speed and real-time result display, the program has become a leader among similar solution and has gathered a wide user base. Everything has a low system resource usage, a lightweight and straightforward interface, and high crash resistance. Its range of features is, however, limited to search and file navigation. 

    How Can Everything Boost Your PC?

    With Everything, a PC user can search for files in one click and display them in real time. There’s a broad range of filters to narrow down the range of files and find the one you’re looking for. Search parameters include file size, name, creation time, last access time, and path.  Apart from scanning the storage space, Everything can look for files on remote HTTP, FTP, and ETP servers. As to the search time, the tool is fairly fast in checking the file database. For instance, it would take around 1 minute for the  program to display a  list of 100,000 files. 

    As soon as Everything is created, the program scans the filesystem and creates an index of all files and folders. This data is stored on as an NTFS Master File Table. The index is constantly updated - there’s no risk of searching the old database. A user can add new folders to the index but the processing would be rather slow. Everything uses little memory and processor power during NTFS and ReFS indexes. That’s why there’s no need to worry about the overall system performance or software crashes. 

    Advanced PC users can benefit from a dedicated ‘everything’ command added to the console. This way, you will be able to access the program from the command line. One of the few downsides of Everything is that it won’t run on a USB or other portable device as the tool relies on a change journal stored on the hard drive. 

    Everything is developed under a free software license and is allowed for distribution. During the last two years, the team has been actively updating the tool and pushing out new releases. 

    Everything Main Features:

    • Flexible filter system;
    • Search history logs;
    • Fast running speed and low CPU usage;
    • Real-time file updates;
    • Built-in remote servers search;

    Summary

    Everything is a Windows file searching utility that surpasses the original tool by performance speed and interface. It offers a full toolkit needed to navigate hard-drive and remote files in a few clicks.

  • What's new in 1.4.1 Build 935 version?

    • Fixed an issue with really long filenames
    • Fixed an issue when adding or removing an "include only" exclude.
    • Fixed an issue with missing changes to excluded files.

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  • Last Updated: 2019-07-08
  • Developer: David Carpenter
  • Homepage: www.voidtools.com
  • Version: 1.4.1 Build 935
  • File size: 1.41 MB
  • Downloads: 2,339
  • Operating system: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Filename: Everything-1.4.1.935.x86-Setup.exe
  • MD5 Checksum: 8dd3e60cbe81c3c5e7ac5c6c40e2f598

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