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We've compiled a list of 84 free and paid alternatives to Everything. The primary competitors include Listary, Gnome Do. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Everything and Agent Ransack, RecentX, Lookeen Desktop Search. Also you can look at other similar options here: File Management Tools.


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Everything Overview

"Everything" is an administrative tool that locates files and folders by filename instantly for Windows. Unlike Windows search "Everything" initially displays every file and folder on local or removable NTFS volumes on your computer (hence the name "Everything"), and on mapped network drives with ETP server and an everything installation too. You type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed. 19 languages supported.

How can "Everything" index a mapped network drive?
To search a networked computer you will need to run Everything on both computers.
One computer will need to Start an ETP server.
The other computer will need to connect to that ETP server.

To start an ETP server:
1. In Everything, On the Tools menu, click Start ETP server.

To connect to an ETP server:
1. In Everything, On the Tools menu, click Connect to ETP Server....
2. Type in the ETP server name.
3. Type in the ETP server port.
4. Type in the ETP server user.
5. Type in the ETP server password.
6. Click OK.

Everything Features

tick-square Instant results
tick-square Data export/import
tick-square Support for regular expressions
tick-square File Searching
tick-square Music Discovery
tick-square Portable

Everything Platforms

Windows

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Everything Tags

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