Curt, what search engines were you using before embracing Wilma ?
Edit: Yes, I have tried a lot of other search engines. But I tend to forget what I don't keep or don't like (I don't take notes). Meaning that I can really not answer any questions on many programs because I have forgotten by now WHY I didn't keep or liked them.
Earlier I have given praise to Windows Desktop Search 3.0 which I came acrosss only a moth ago, but now have found to be disappointing on the files' content
subject. This PC (XP Home SP2) is new to me and whatever search engine I have been trying it was on Windows 2000 or 9x, but I remember trying Copernic and X1 last year. But, as I wrote, I don't remember why I didn't keep any of them; they may have been excellent!
I apologize if my first post gave the impression that I could remember such details. And I really am an IT-analphabetic; meaning that these apps may have been offering a lot more that I ever figured out how to make them do!
I will not try the Google indexer. Is of course harmless today, but I expect a future version of Google to be an important and dangerous tool of tomorrows evil Big Brother. At first they will call it a safety instrument / anti-terroism, to make timid people accept it, but when someone will not adopt it they will add "if you don't join, you must be a terrorist ..".
Scary stuff, installing an indexer!
The $30 Archivarius 3000
sounds really great, Darwin!