I was expecting something better out of this to be honest. Upon install, it said downloading the program, fine, never let me know when it was done or anything.
After it was done, the tray icon would do nothing, no right click or left, wouldn't open, caused some minor freezing on desktop.
After finally opening the program after a restart, it began to index my files and such, ok, we were getting somewhere. It showed them in a calendar view as it promised but soon after, left. I tried to re-index but it did no good, there was nothing to be found. When they were there, I was hard pressed to get a file to open and my system was slowing to a crawl, this being AFTER the indexing was done. I have 6 gigs of OCZ ram, quad core Phenom Black Deneb, and Nvidia 460 graphics card which I run near anything on my system without an issue, well, except this I guess.
I don't think it's a resource hog, more of buggy programming causing this, or (causing resource hogging)if that makes sense. So all in all, I was very disappointed as I was looking forward to using this.
The major con, even when it is idle it hogs a whopping 30 MB.
I do some consulting for a firm and my work involves reviewing complex technical documents. In the course of any day, I may see the same base document 2 or 3 times. While renaming each version with the specific datetime, I find that it can be confusing which document I last reviewed or which document I used in comparison.
This software makes that easy. The docs are listed by day and sequentially within each day. They will then open directly from the Nemo menu.
I only use it for a single folder so I do not know how it works volume-wide. I have two "cons": (1) you must re-index the selected folder to update it, and (2) it will not default to the current date but you need to "move the arrow" to the current week. There may be ways to overcome these small issues (auto re-index or set to current date), but I have not found them.
Overall, very good software and definitely helpful.
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