The desktop search engine Everything has been around since 2008. It may come as a surprise that the most recent stable version of the application dates back to 2009, and that the program's developer seems to have taken a hiatus from the project after the release until the beginning of 2013 when development continued.
More than 10 beta versions have been released since the beginning of the year introducing new and exciting features such as bookmarks, folder indexing, or the option to record the search history in the program.
The very latest beta build, released yesterday, introduces another highly requested feature: a 64-bit version of the Everything client. You can download the portable version or the installer of the 64-bit client from the official website of the Everything project.
The developer notes that you can theoretically run 32-bit and 64-bit versions side by side, but suggests that you remove any 32-bit versions prior to installing the 64-bit version of Everything to avoid any conflicts.
The most recent version of the desktop search tool adds several other interesting features to the application. The following list details some of the important changes introduced in all recent beta versions of Everything:
The program evolves well ever since the developer has started to push out new beta versions of the application. Remember though that all versions released this year are beta versions not designed for productive environments.Advertisement
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