X1's Lightning-Fast Search Software. Premium Alternative to Windows Desktop and Outlook Search.
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What is X1 Search?
X1 offers next generation enterprise search, eDiscovery and desktop search for traditional and virtual environments X1 provides a single, unified interface through which you can quickly find, view and act upon your critical emails, files, SharePoint data, calendar, contacts and tasks. X1's award winning interface, including fast-as-you-type search and post search actions, was specifically architected to retrieve results in the way a business professional recollects information.
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Brilliant allowing me to search across 20 years of e-mail and files
X1 Search is more powerful than Copernic, especially CDS 5
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- xelnaga added X1 Search as alternative(s) to Search Text In Files
I am a translator and work with GBs of text, in many different formats, which I would like to be able to search. I have tried every desktop search program under the sun, and always end up coming back to these three: dtSearch, Copernic and X1 Search. In my latest tests, X1 Search seems to be winning. My ideal tool should be able to do many things, but here are a few of the most important ones: (1) index tons of files (at least 500 GB), (2) ability to preview files of up to a GB or so (i.e. big files) without choking, (3) not slow down my computer, (4) actually find everything (duh). dtSearch is very powerful, but its UI leaves a lot to be desired. Copernic is pretty good, and has improved a LOT lately (looks like they are throwing money at it at the moment), but I think X1 is currently the best.
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