Search for files on local NTFS drives without indexing them first, define filters to narrow down the results and quickly find what you are looking for.

  • UltraSearch
  • Version :
  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :JAM Software

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UltraSearch Description

UltraSearch is a handy and reliable program designed to locate files on NTFS hard drives extremely fast, based on user-defined search criteria.

The algorithm behind it uses the Master File Table (MFT) specific to the NTFS system, which gives it a boost in speed, as opposed to similar applications who first index the drives resulting in a time-consuming operation.

This can only benefit users, as the time they spent locating a certain file is drastically minimized. The list of upsides is completed by the program’s look and feel, sporting a user-friendly and intuitive interface that makes it fit for all kinds of audiences.

Everything comes down to selecting the drive(s) to be searched and entering the keyword(s) of choice, which will result in the program immediately fetching the results.

There are possibilities to refine the search operation by defining a list of exclusions based on wildcards, regular expressions or whole names.

By default, the application automatically excludes two locations: the Recycle Bin and the System Volume Information and it is recommended that you leave them this way.

The results can be saved to a list, as well as sorted by various criteria such as name, path, size, file type, ascending, descending and date changed.

Other highlights include the possibility to add a context menu shortcut for quicker access, an option to auto-check new drives and to automatically skip User Account Control warnings.

On an ending note, we were very impressed by UltraSearch’s processing speed. It met our expectations from the beginning, persuading us into making it a personal asset.

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