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Win XP

desktop search tool QuickFind allows you to quickly find shortcuts entries that are located somewhere in your Start menu, on the desktop, in your IE Favorites or Recently Used Files list. All you have to do is start typing the name, and it will instantly display a list of matches. You can click on the item to launch it. In addition, you can also create new shortcuts or autorun entries from a selected item, find broken shortcuts, and create a list of favorites for direct access. QuickFind runs in the system tray. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Darius Baczynski (2) Price Free
Version 1.3.2 Last updated Jun 07, 2005
File Size 204 Kb Requirements .NET Framework 1

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Almost good enough for me 4 stars by pepoluan Oct 18, 2006 (Read all my 23 reviews)
I used to use an AutoHotkey script to save me from having to wade through a bloated Start menu... except that the script is slow and sometimes failed. I tried this and it is very similar in how the script works. Unfortunately, unlike my script, QuickFind cannot define custom folders to search in (I have some programs not listed in the Start menu). Which is why I find QuickStart (somewhere in SnapFiles) more to my liking. show Review details
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