MFT-based UltraSearch 2.10 adds file content searching
Super-fast MFT-based search tool UltraSearch has hit version 2.10 with some major improvements.
The program can now search for file content, as well as file and folder names.
A File Type list enables searching for particular groups of files: audio, video, text, database, mail files and more. You can edit these groups or add new ones as required.
Searches may be run on specific folders, drives, or whatever combination you need.
An intelligent “Suggest Patterns” option offers suggested searches based on recent program use.
A new command line interface enables starting the program with specific search parameters.
You can now turn off the automatic update of the MFT when the file system changes, useful if that’s happening all the time on your PC.
“Numerous other bugfixes and improvements have been implemented”, apparently, and the program no longer displays an advertising banner.
It’s a solid update to a likeable search tool, which already had some very useful features (include and exclude filters, runs as a portable application). Take a look.
UltraSearch is a free tool for Windows XP and later.