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NameFind is a tool that finds what the Mac's built-in Spotlight search technology doesn't: a file with a specific name, in a specific directory, even a system directory that is not indexed by Spotlight. Spotlight is powerful, but running custom search queries with it is a complex process, and does not even search all directories on your system by default. If all you want to do is find a file by its name, Spotlight is not the best alternative. NameFind provides a faster and easier solution for this need: just type in your file name, type choose a directory to search, and go.
Simple to use: Type your search term, choose your search directory, and go.
Fast: NameFind doesn't bog down system resources.
Better targets specific directories than the Mac's built-in Spotlight technology.
QuickLook and Growl integration.
View and open files found in the search.
"Is there a better way to find files? Yes - it's called NameFind!"--Derek Lee, Bits du Jour
Dispay detailed information about files.
Full AppleScript and Services menu support.
To install NameFind, download the latest version. It can be installed anywhere on your machine. The download is a 30-day demo; you can purchase a license to use the program past the 30-day trial period. Mac OS X 10.7 is the minimum supported platform.
Registered users of our applications receive free upgrades for life, and never have to pay an upgrade fee.