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Superior Search 1.0

At work and at home, we deal with so many files that electronic

Superior Search

  • Version:1.0
  • Date Added:11/12/2011 5:37:05 AM
  • License:Shareware
  • Price:$29
  • Total Downloads:153
  • Last Week Downloads:5
  • Operating System:Windows XP/2000/98/NT

Publisher's description

Superior Search At work and at home, we deal with so many files that electronic storage is the only way to handle this flood of documents. However, archiving a steadily increasing number of files leads to a different kind of problem: Where to look for which document and what does it contain that might be of Interest to you? Superior Search is a tool that makes it much easier for Windows users to handle archived files. Superior Search offers a variety of format- and language-Independent document search functions that help you find the desired information as quickly as possible. This tool allows high-speed text searches in large numbers of files. Superior Search contains advanced document filters that provide for format-independent access to all information in archived files--now it's easy to search for text in different document types at the same time! These filters make it possible to read all popular document formats such as Microsoft Office, PDF, PostScript etc. In addition, you can define and search custom file types, for example to find text in source code files such as Pascal or C++. Superior Search's functionality includes the following: - Find text in all compressed file formats (such as ZIP, PDF, DOC, XLS, HTML) and display the search results in a preview window. You do not need to decompress document archives manually. - Search password-protected files in archives (authorized users only). - Perform Fuzzy searches in archive files. - Quickly switch the user interface language. - Windows Explorer Context Menu support.


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