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FileSeek 2.1.1 Released!

FileSeek 2.1.1 has been released! This is a small update that improves the file size filtering options. The minimum and maximum file size filters can now be configured independently. This makes it easier to filter files using only a minimum or maximum size. Also, the file size unit can now be selected from a list (bytes, KB, MB, GB). This makes it easier to filter large values without having to enter lots of zeros. If you aren't prompted to update by the automatic update check, you can download this new version from the FileSeek Download page.

Jan 15, 2011  • #1
Derek43
1 discussion post
Is there a users manual?
Regards
Derek
Mar 9, 2011  • #2
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Sorry, there isn't one yet, but it's coming soon.
Mar 10, 2011  • #3
FileSeek
1 discussion post
I had Win7-Pro-64 installed on an LSI Megaraide SCSI stripe, but recently re-installed the same ver of windows to an SSD drive, and no longer see the option to enable CTRL-F search, plus I'm getting quite a few "Error reading Files in Folder: Access to the path '...' is denied."
Mar 18, 2011  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
FileSeek has never had the ability to replace the Windows Ctrl + F search, did you use a different program to change this before? Are you running as an Administrator with UAC enabled or disabled? This may account for some of the access errors.
Mar 18, 2011  • #5
Peter50
1 discussion post
Hello I have Fileseek 2.1.3, I m getting "Error reading Files in Folder: Access to the path '...' is denied.". I dont know how to solve this problem, I use Fileseek as administrator but still have the problem.
Thanks
Apr 9, 2012  • #6
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Peter: We've received the email you sent into us about this, so I'll follow up with you via email today

Thanks!
Apr 10, 2012  • #7
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