7 responses to “InSight Desktop Search – Fast and Robust”

  1. chinmoy

    The interface sure looks good. But can it really index that fast? Is it indexing all the data?
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    1. Pallab

      All files (other than hidden files) are indexed.
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  2. Ashish Patil

    For last few years I have been used to Locate32, with current beta also giving search as you type, like google search. Though it doesn’t index meta info, just file names, most of the time I am searching for the file name only, so not much issue with me. What I liked about Locate32 is, it does what it is supposed to do. Generate a small index of few MBs and search using that index. Can InSight manage this better than locate32?

  3. Pranjal

    Just tried InSight today!..and was really impressed with the non intrusive nature of the software!…It doesn’t support advanced search querries..but I found the sub-search feature more than sufficient for my needs!.Was able to to do basic AND and NOT searches using the sub-search and also was able to filter out files based on their locations!..
    Just checked out their website..A new version is out that also supports “WMA” files !
    Lets see for couple of more days…Will it replace AVA-FIND on my PC or not???

  4. Supratik

    If you are talking about indexing of 30 GB hdd i.e. 21,000 files in less than 90 seconds…. checkout FireDragon Search…. it can index 4,34,094 files in less than 50 sec!!! i think u should really review it!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ct7FT3RIEsI

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