David,Quote:David M. Miller writes:
>Have you tried the File|Search facility in File Manager?
>If you change the starting point to the root of a drive (i.e., C:\*.ext, or
>C:\file.*, or whatever) and check the "Search all subdirectories" box, it
>does the same thing WITHOUT VBRUNx00; I dunno about search speed, but it
>does the job.
>Also, the resulting window can be used as a drag and drop source, just like
>a normal drive window (if View|All File Details is checked, it also shows
>the size, date, time, and attributes).
>Of course it won't search for text inside files, but there's always gnu
Let's take a look at this for a second. First, you're telling me that
the File|Search facility in File Manager serves the same function as ONE of
the modules in WinHound, although you "dunno about search speed". So, you're
telling me and all the other folks out there that a program you haven't even
tried yet can't possibly be as good as something which is admittedly slower than
slow. And you call your company "Business Visions"? Somewhat inappropriately
named to put it mildly.
Secondly, yes of course there's always grep. But why not use a program
which integrates the two functions? Yes there are word processors, spread sheets,
and presentation programs as well... but I hear Microsoft Office is doing rather well.
I don't mind criticism, but try the program first for God's sake!
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