Trying to locate a certain file on your computer might prove to be a tricky operation, especially if your data is spread out over multiple folders. FINDIT can still help you look for it, as it can scan several directories at the same time.

User-friendly GUI

The application comes with an intuitive interface, though novices might still need to take some time to get used to its functions.

The first step is to select the source location to be scanned. You can either choose a single folder, or you can create a cluster of paths (that you can assign a name to, and use at a later time).

Multiple file formats supported

Users should have no issues in entering a keyword, then choosing the types of files they are interested in: archives, text documents, emails, attachments, pictures, system-related files, videos, audio tracks or programing files.

What sets FINDIT apart from other similar apps is the fact that it also looks at the documents’ contents. You can even enter a text string to be located inside your files, no matter if they are scanned documents or email messages stored in a database.

Alternatively, the specified text can be searched within file names, paths, or properties. Logical operators can also be used.

Export result list

Once you have performed a search, FINDIT allows you to save your result list, then export it as TXT, HTML or CSV files. This way, you can share it with third-parties or simply save for later analysis.

You can load an old hit list and review all the criteria you used for performing a previous search.

To wrap it up

To conclude, FINDIT can help you quickly locate one or more files based on the criteria you specify. It also features an integrated viewer for most common formats, along with the possibility to create an encrypted archive with the chosen documents.



FINDIT 5.4.03 Setup