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    Ashraf
    Keymaster

    Have something to say about MSTech Search in Contents? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than MSTech Search in Contents, post it here! If you know of issues with MSTech Search in Contents, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

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    ali
    Guest

    Logiciel qui aide beaucoup dans la recherche d’un fichier ou dossier.
    MERCI.

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    Normal
    Guest

    Install and register OK but can not use because it does not use unicode font
    Thanks anyway

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    MikeS
    Guest

    Last time this Program was “up” here at SoS, I installed it, but …
    I or the software “made a mess” and a SoS user recommended the FREE Everything, use it daily.
    So Thanks to “that guy” for . . Everything ;)

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    Mr.Dave
    Guest

    I use Search Everything from VoidTools to find stuff by file name. For search by contents, I recommend UltraSearch from Jam Software. It would reliably find files that I knew I had *somewhere* on my many drive partitions, even when the search built into Windows 7 could not find them. Very flexible and as quick as I ever needed, without indexing. Both are free. “UltraSearch finds files and folders on local NTFS drives”. TreeSizeFree from Jam Software is also a very good to find which files and folders are taking up space on your hard drive. I have over a million files on my two internal drives, and these programs have saved time and prevented headaches!

    As for Search in Contents from MsTech, the comment from JOHANNES has scared me away. I don’t need another autostart program since I don’t search for files all the time. Definitely don’t like the idea of giving up personal information AND access to all my files to a program that is always listening. Am I being overly cautious?

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    S LEONIDAS
    Guest

    When trying to run the program 1.8.6.173 giveaway.exe
    I did not get very far

    A warning notice is generated suggesting that:

    “A required privilege is not held by the client”

    I have not gone far with this installation let
    alone providing / adding the licence key
    any ideas how I can get round this problem?

    Seris

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    Allan Brunner
    Guest

    I also use Everything and Ultra, both free. I don’t see the need for another program.

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    Nabeel
    Guest

    What languages does the program search?

    The language of the program and the languages supported by the program should be mentioned in the technical specifications of each program on the presentation page

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    Nabeel
    Guest

    I mean
    What are the text languages in which the program searches?

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    jayk
    Guest

    [ @S LEONIDAS]
    To fix your problem try to apply some of the following tips:

    Method #1
    Run the setup as an administrator

    Method #2
    Run cmd in admin mode and type sfc/scannow, click the Enter key

    Method #3
    Disable temporarily your antivirus, firewall or other security programs.

    If none of these methods works, some geeks advise to use the following method, which I personally would use as a last resort:

    Right-click the setup file and go to Properties. Click “Security” and here give full rights to the executable.

    I have never used this “Security” method, so I cannot guide you here.

    Let’s hope that some of the three methods (#1,#2,#3) work for you.

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