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    I've been using [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]for a while, really speeds up workflow in everything you do on your computer. You can bind hotkeys to different actions:



    Search for files within Windows File Explorer (throughout your drives)



    And search for even Windows10 Apps using the launcher



    Changes things that usually take 30 seconds to do into a 1-3 second task.

    This is a must-have at this point for me.
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    I think I'm gonna try this out tbh, cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noele View Post
    I think I'm gonna try this out tbh, cheers.
    No problem. I forgot to mention the actions feature in the launcher, pretty useful too


    The hotkey I used is CTRL+O to open folders, you can see other actions you can do with items in the listing on the launcher
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    umm doesn't windows have a built in file searcher / indexer??
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    Quote Originally Posted by coded_again View Post
    umm doesn't windows have a built in file searcher / indexer??
    It's probably much faster at scanning a larger quantity of files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    It's probably much faster at scanning a larger quantity of files.
    it is, look at the speeds in the gif i posted
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    bump for a1 software
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