How many times have you laboriously clicked and scrolled through many folders to find
and open a particular file?
With FileTracer you can find and open files virtually instantly, no
matter where they are on your hard disk. Just type in the
file name or use wildcards to find and list all the matching files on your hard disk.
FileTracer isn't just fast, its blazingly fast.
It's also easy to get an instant overview of your files. For example,
just search for *.mp3 or *.jpg to list all the mp3 or jpg files on
your hard disk. You can search by name, directory, date and/or file
type, so its just as easy to view a list of text documents modified
in March, or find where you put that cryptically named file you
downloaded from the web last week.
These capabilities give you a new way of working with your files.
And you can quickly access FileTracer at any time with a hot key or
an icon in the task bar tray. FileTracer now also works with
"open file" and "save file" dialogs.
works like Windows Explorer, so you can double click on files,
drag and drop them or use their context menus. You can also
open a file's folder with a single click.
FileTracer uses an indexed and automatically updated file catalog to
locate files in any folder in a split second. Since Windows does not
provide a file system index, normal programs must scan every file in
each directory to find a file. For example, searching a large hard
disk with Windows "Find Files" can take literally minutes
(a 9 GB hard disk can easily hold
more than 60,000 files) while FileTracer takes a fraction of a
FileTracer updates its catalog in real time and can find files so
fast that it, in effect, adds a whole new capability to the
Windows file system. After you've used it a while, you will
probably feel that something was missing from Windows before.