How to Quick Search Local Files with Free Wise JetSearch

Mar 4, 2015

Wise JetSearch is a free search tool to help users quickly search local files by key words. It is much faster and easy-to-use alternative to windows search. It can search initially when you enter key letters. The users can also deal with the files they found by right click.

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Over the years I have accumulated a lot of file data. Even though I keep it well organized, there are times when I have to use a search utility to find what it is that I am looking for. Since I am sure that there are others who are in the same boat, I thought that it might be help to talk about Wise JetSearch which is a free utility for fast file searching.

How to quick search local files? Wise JetSearch is a free local search tool. With it you can search files or folders from all your local drives in just a few seconds. It’s free and very easy to use. Have a try now!

How to quick search local files?

Here, we will show you the easiest way to find out your local files just in a few seconds.

Step 1: Download and install Wise JetSearch and then launch it on the windows computer.

    Step 2: Click drop-down menu to select the hard disk drive your want to search such as I want to search E:\.

      Step 3: Input keywords (filename, wildcard, file type), and then click "Search" button to find the files. Here I want to find my lost photo from E:\.

        Step 4: After you find the lost file/folder, you can open, view, copy and delete it by right-click menu.

          Moreover, if you just want to search a file in a special type, you can use *.file extension (eg *.png) to search all the files whose file extensions are .png.

          Conclusions

          Would you like to have a try? Wise JetSearch will search for you automatically and then show you the basic details of the file/folder. Since it didn't create an index like everything, it can find the file immediately. So it is much faster than the built-in search feature in Windows. If you have any questions, please contact us by leaving a message.

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