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JQuickFinder: Java Application for Quickly Finding Files

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JQuickFinder: Java Application for Quickly Finding Files

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JQuickFinder is an easy-to-use and free tool that allows you to quickly search for files on your system. JQuickFinder allows searching for files in a specified directory. It also allows you to filter files of the directory based on the file extension.



JQuickFinder is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. Binaries for the Windows and Linux platforms are available on the project's homepage.

The open source application JQuickFinder is hosted on:

http://code.google.com/p/jquickfinder/

The application is built on the NetBeans Platform.

The user can select a particular directory or drive on which to search for files. The user can then, by typing the file name, sort the files and open the file or directory containing that file. JQuickFinder allows the user to sort files using a file extension. The user can select the extension from a list of extensions provided in the application.

The JQuickFinder application is also available to download from following Softpedia links:

Softpedia has awarded JQuickFinder as 100% virus free application on their website:

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