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We've compiled a list of 69 free and paid alternatives to iFileX. The primary competitors include Super Finder XT, Everything. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between iFileX and Launchy, Agent Ransack, RecentX. Also you can look at other similar options here: IT Infrastructure Software, Data Catalog Software.


"Everything" is an administrative tool that locates files and folders by filename...

Launchy is a free Windows and Linux utility designed to help you forget about your start menu, the...

Agent Ransack is a tool for finding files and information on your hard drive fast and efficiently.

RecentX is an innovative launcher that gives you instant access to your files, folders, programs...

Locate32
Free Open Source

Locate32 is software which can be used to find files from your harddrives and other locations.

FSearch
Free Open Source

A fast file search utility for GNU/Linux based on GTK+3

Searchmonkey
Free Open Source

A fast real-time search engine for displaying regular expression matches (both file name and...

File search utility that provides instant search by file name, and powerful search by file...

SearchMyFiles is a non-indexing portable alternative to the standard "Search For Files And...

iFileX's functionality and design is based on Mac OS early-era file search tools such as Find...

iFileX Platforms

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iFileX Overview

iFileX's functionality and design is based on Mac OS early-era file search tools such as Find File and Sherlock, now replaced by Spotlight.

iFileX Features

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