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What are people saying about Folder Scout Professional

Paul Scout Additional features for LAN/WAN environments:

This new Version 1.3, (released on September 2011) includes a new 'Shared Catalogs Engine' for LAN/WAN environments.

This brand new feature dramatically improves performance on networked environments like Offices, Company Branches and Corporative WANs. For more info, please go to:
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 1:04am Copy Link
Genie au Travail A software many more interesting and usable that GetFolder !
Nov 6 2011 at 3:53am Copy Link
Paul Scout Genie au Travail, thanks for you comments. Listening to satisfied users makes me really happy and motivated to continue improving the product.

Also many thanks to H.H. for his last comment at the bottom of the link you have sent :

" ... for people which are looking for fast folder-search / access, also working with fat formatted volumes I personally can recommend folder scout (trial version at "").
I bought this prgram a few months ago and I really won´t miss it any more. With kind regards H.H. ..."
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 4:19am Copy Link
E. S. I bought folder scout professional some months ago at full price and really can recommend it - and now iwith the bdj-offer it´s really a good deal (It´s not the software which is spectacular at the first glance, but if you have it you won´t miss it any longer, it does a good, reliable job and can be a great time-saver. Although I´m also registered user of handy folders, direct folders, search-gt,.. and using the freeware everything I would again make the decision to buy (even at regular ´price): Just typing a hotkey (F7) and a few letters the searched folders are shown and one can easily navigate to them.
To get most benefit of folder scout I urguantelly recoomend to read the help file and try out the "tips and tricks"
When one gets used to the (few) hotkeys or context menu
folder scout also ist helpful when saving files the wanted folder.
Since folder scout until now is focussed on fast access to folders, one can create a shortcut for combination with a search-utiit y of own choice.
Hopefully the author will consider to offer file-serching in the future too.
The support has alsways been reliable, and its obvious, that the authour implemented user suggesstions in the new versions (e.g. highlighting of searched item).
Conclusion: for me a " timesaving must have" utility
Nov 6 2011 at 5:10am Copy Link
VLM Does FolderScout work with Directory Opus 10 (or Total Commander, or the like), or does this question indicate that I don't really understand how FolderScout works?

Also, am I correct in understanding that FolderScout indexes the content of (many types of) files, not just the file names and folders, which is what Search Everything does?
Nov 6 2011 at 5:12am Copy Link
Paul Scout In response to VLM: Directory Opus 10, Total Commander, etc, are "Swiss knives" for a PC file system. Folder Scout is just an specialized utility in the form of a time-saving folder and file "jumper". Of course we admit that it fits for some users, so much for others and not enough for some others. Basically, it depends on the type of "problem" each user is facing everyday.

It is also true that many users are launching Total Commander and other utilities from Folder Scout for specific tasks. Folder Scout allows users to customize it (Application Preferences - Applications) to use an alternative file search tool, an alternative file explorer and an alternative command shell. I'm not an Directory Opus 10 or Total Commander expert but another interesting feature of Folder Scout is that it updates it's index/database in real time as changes are made to the file system. That is, you make an inital scan of folder tree and subsequent changes are updated without user intervention, by means of a multi-threaded internal engine.

In relation with the search utility "everything" (again, I'm not an expert), one should be aware, that "everything" does not search files and folders on non-ntfs volumes, e.g. it would not find data at fat/fat32 formatted usb-sticks, sd-cards, mp3-players, harddisks, linux NAS sytems (Samba, etc) or network shared drives on LAN or WAN environments. That is, Everything exploits perfectly a "by design" intrinsic feature of a particular file system (NTFS) but does not works out of this scope.

Folder Scout works with any type of data storage, local or remote, Windows or Linux file servers, without any dependence on the file system itself.

Hope this answers to your questions.
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 6:24am Copy Link
Paul Scout E.S, thanks for you comments !.
You are absolutely right in relation with user suggestions. I believe there is only one way to develop good apps: listen to user suggestions. "Search Keyword Highlight" and "White Background" are perfect examples from Folder Scout v1.3.
One can have "fantastic" ideas but if no one is asking for them, think it again and wait. On the other hand, if someone suggest a feature and its really useful and universal (gives benefits to many users, not a particular "custom" feature), it is time to implement it !. Thanks again.
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 7:09am Copy Link
VLM Thank you Paul, excellent response, much appreciated. I intended my second question a bit differently, sorry I was not quite clear. I do understand about non-NTFS volumes. (Does FolderScout work with GPT volumes?) Anyway, what I meant was, does FolderScout actually index the CONTENT of files, or just the file and folder names, and perhaps some attributes. ?? I hope I am more clear now! :)
Nov 6 2011 at 7:52am Copy Link
Paul Scout VLM, you are right. Really I forgot to answer the second question. There is not content indexing of files in Folder Scout. As you know, content indexing is an operation that "eats" many resources (CPU, Memory and Hard Disk I/O). There are many good (but resource consuming) utilities in the market for this specific task. Folder Scout is absolutely much simpler than that: Just Folder Tree, Favorite Folders, Recent Folders and Recent Files !

In relation with GPT volumes, haven't tested it before. I will really appreciate if someone could test it and share results. In theory, anything with a drive letter assigned under Windows should be accesible by Folder Scout. It is because the access to folder and files happens on the higher level and the OS exposes a logical drive and hides the internal low level details.

Don't hesitate to comment if you have any other question.
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 8:35am Copy Link
VLM Thanks Paul. I can understand that you don't have a fancy test setup. But what you say makes sense ... if you are only looking at logical drives, then the underlying physicality shouldn't matter.

Now one more question (famous last words :) ... Does FolderScout integrate at all with Open and Save As dialogs, as Listary and some paid apps do? (I rather doubt it, but just asking.
Nov 6 2011 at 10:24am Copy Link
Paul Scout Hi again, VLM. Don't worry, that's what 'The Conversation' is for: Making questions ;-)

The integration with Open and Save dialogs is not implemented in current release.

By the way, as E.S. mentioned in his comment, "I urgently recommend to read the help file and try out the "tips and tricks".

That is, Folder Scout comes with some tips in the "Tips and Tricks" section for "Using Folder Scout when opening or saving files from any Windows application". This section show users a basic technique to Open/Save files on the desired folder from Folder Scout, without any Open/Save integration feature.

Don't want to give clues to competitors about when it will be released but is something I am working on and will be included in future releases.

Users should also know that Windows don't makes it easy for developers to implement this feature, with substantial changes from XP to Vista/Seven. In fact, many apps with this feature working on XP are now been re-written for Vista/Seven.

Don't hesitate to comment if you have any other question.
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 10:46am Copy Link
Zoran Paljevic In a first 30 sec Folder Scout payed itself out. I searched for some .dll long time now being sure I lost it somewhere.. My disks are huge and search function without indexing can be - forever.. Relying on my "almost complete" remembering of the file name I tried to search for damn .dll many times..

Folder Scout delivered me the file in fifth search after I wrote, by luck probably, correct four starting numbers of the file. as I typed fourth - ZZZIP - in blink of an eye the damn .dll jumped a front of my eyes.

I'm very pleased with this offer and I honored FS Professional with it's place and icon on my dock together with other BIG icons..

It payed itself in a first shot, THANKS!
Nov 6 2011 at 2:05pm Copy Link
Paul Scout Zoran Paljevic, thanks a lot for you comments.

It's fantastic to hear that Folder Scout helped you with your "almost lost dll'.

Hope it will give to you and to many other people more 'surprises' like this one you are sharing with us kindly.

Welcome to Folder Scout.
Folder Scout Labs - Nov 6 2011 at 2:58pm Copy Link
Joseph Hyde I like the idea of not having to drill down too!

I would also like to know if folder scout will search or index inside of files themselves, this would be killer in my opinion! I would buy the product in a heart beat if it did! But just navigating to folders with it is a big improvement.

I just thought of a feature...I don't know if folder scout does this already... where it would show you all of the folders it found and you could 'drag and drop' them to other trees?, or you could have it automatically arrange folders by some criteria?

Thanks Much!

The big thing for me is being able to find files based on their content.
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