So, you have a Mac, which means that, at one point, you've tried to use Spotlight to find a file. Maybe it worked (yays!) or maybe it didn't (nays!) but no matter how your file-finding journey ended, you probably noticed that Spotlight can be pretty slow and complex as it rooted around your system. What you probably didn't notice, because you didn't know, is that Spotlight doesn't search all of the directories on your hard drive by default! Is there a better way to find files? Yes - it's called NameFind!
NameFind lets you find files based on a search term and directory location, more quickly than Mac OS X can with Spotlight. With NameFind, you'll benefit from a different file search algorithm that will search your entire hard drive and return results in a better fashion than you've ever seen before!
Faster than Spotlight by virtue of multithreading, and with the ability to handle directory-specific searches, NameFind will soon become your preferred option for finding files on your Mac! You can even use QuickLook to peek at the files that NameFind retrieves, or open them in the appropriate application. Plus, you can use NameFind to display detailed information about each file, making finding the right file a more efficient task than ever before.
Review Written by Derek Lee
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