Find important items based on their file names, filter the results and save the list to a TXT document, with this straightforward utility.
- Save File Search Results Software
- Version :7.0
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Sobolsoft
Save File Search Results Software Description
It is difficult to keep track of all the files on your hard drive, and, while a Windows search may help you locate what your are looking for, performing the same operation multiple times is a time-consuming task.
Save File Search Results Software is a simple application that seeks to offer a solution to this issue, as it allows you to not only perform a search, but also to save the results to the clipboard or a TXT file. However, it offers few filters and features an outdated interface.
Basic utility that can help you keep track of each file’s location
The first thing you need to do is add all the folders that need to be processed. You can load as many as you like, but, sadly, the program does not offer support for drag and drop.
Next you have to enter the search term, specify if the program should scan subfolders as well, and then decide what should be displayed in the results. The application can include each file’s path and name or just one of these attributes.
Lacks advanced filtering options
Unfortunately, you cannot set up more complex filters when configuring a search. For instance, it is not possible to exclude certain file formats, include only items that fall within a defined size range or have the application ignore very old documents.
It is worth noting, however, that you can delete results that contain or do not contain certain terms after a search has been completed.
Plain and rather outdated user interface
Save File Search Results Software is not the best-looking application out there, and any improvements would be more than welcome as far as the user interface is concerned.
Overall, this is a straightforward piece of software that can be useful in certain scenarios, but it offers a very limited array of features, and its outdated interface is not likely to impress potential users.