the website for Search GT
says - "Completely integrated into Windows Explorer"
can anyone say what that means... context menu or ..??
- tomos did get an answer, but I would nevertheless like to stress out an important point:
4. Complete integration into Windows Explorer. Search GT duplicates the Windows File Search functionality (check the screenshots). You start the search and get the search results within the Windows Explorer window.
What is the currently best Desktop Search software?
Some of the times I am in the need of renaming, the files in question would be scattered in different folders all over the My Documents directory, or even in C:\.. How do you rename files this far away from each other? The answer is: use SearchGT! Well, not for the actual renaming part, that is, but for the gathering of the files in question, of course. Apart from the blazing speed, this little feature, that SearchGT will show the search result in a normal Explorer window, is what makes that application extra useful. Because when the resulting files from a search within 3 seconds are shown in a normal Explorer window of it's own, you can OpenWith or SendTo your renamer at once, saving a lot of time and work.
I was just reminded of this extra plus today, when I found out that I had been spelling a certain name wrongly many times. ALL of the correction took me less than a minute, even though it included twenty files of five different file types placed in six different folders.
However, I am a little concerned that the program not has been updated for 3½ months. Hmm... Yes, it is both stable and bugfree (in my setup), but it is *not* as if there aren't a number of features still not available...