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FileSeek 2.0 Released!

I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 2.0! This new release adds the ability to copy or delete selected files/folders in the results list, without having to use the Windows context menu. Also, you can now see the size of the files in the results list thanks to the new "File Size" column. In addition to these new features, there are a few interface fixes, and some performance enhancements behind the scenes. As always, I would encourage everyone to update to this new version today.

FileSeek has also found a new home, now located at http://www.fileseek.ca! Giving FileSeek it's own website is long-overdue, and should make it easier to find out everything you need to know about FileSeek. Head over to the new website today, and be sure to download the new version while you're there!

Aug 26, 2010  • #1
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Sonia3
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FileSeek just R O C K S!

Thank you Jon

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Sep 24, 2010  • #2
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MeLikey
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Is there a command line option?
Oct 30, 2010  • #3
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You can pass the path through the command line, but nothing else right now. What did you have in mind?
Oct 30, 2010  • #4
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MeLikey1
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I played around with it and found what I was looking for: a switch to search all drives (C:\|D:\|E:\|F:\) etc. Thanks. Wonderful piece of software.
Oct 31, 2010  • #5
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