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Everything Home for Android 1.0.834
Everything Home for Android 1.0.834 Love your phone again with Everything Home. With over a million downloads in the first three months, Everything Home changes the way people feel about their phones. Your smartphone can now be as exciting and dynamic as your life, constantly adapting to your needs and interests at any given moment. The days of the static smartphones are over. It's time to move to the Dynamic Phone™ - a phone that gets you and instantly adapts. Whatever is on your mind at any given moment - games, food, movies, pets, shopping - Everything Home has you covered on just about everything. • Dynamic Your phone seamlessly changes to match your needs • Everything Bar Use the Everything Bar at your home screen to find what you need, when you need it • Web Apps The most relevant apps to use on-demand. No download necessary! • Smart Folders Your apps will automatically be sorted into relevant Smart Folders • Custom Smart Folders Create Smart Folders based on your interests with automatically-added relevant content from across the web Change Info: This version consists mainly of minor bugs fixes along with: 1. Most Used Apps menu- tap&hold an app in the widget to open menu for better results 2. Google Play quick access from the app drawer- top right corner of the screen
0/5 6,205 Oct 24, 2013
Everything
Everything v1.4.1.935 32bit
Everything v1.4.1.935 32bit "Everything" is search engine that locates files and folders by filename instantly for Windows. Unlike Windows search "Everything" initially displays every file and folder on your computer (hence the name "Everything"). You type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed. How long will it take to index my files? "Everything" only indexes file and folder names and generally takes a few seconds to build its database. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will take about 1 second to index. 1,000,000 files will take about 1 minute. Does Everything search file contents? Yes, "Everything" can search file content with the content: search function. File content is not indexed, searching content is slow. Does "Everything" hog my system resources? No, "Everything" uses very little system resources. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will use about 14 MB of ram and less than 9 MB of disk space. 1,000,000 files will use about 75 MB of ram and 45 MB of disk space. Does "Everything" monitor file system changes? Yes, "Everything" does monitor file system changes. Your search windows will reflect changes made to the file system. Does "Everything" contain any malware, spyware or adware? No, "Everything" does not contain any malware, spyware or adware. Does "Everything" miss changes made to the file system if it is not running? No, "Everything" can be closed and restarted without missing changes made to the file system (even across system restarts). "Everything" updates the database when it is started. What are the system requirements for "Everything"? "Everything" will run on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 NTFS indexing requires the Everything service or running "Everything" as administrator. Friday, 18 February 2019: Version 1.4.1.935 fixed an issue with really long filenames fixed an issue when adding or removing an "include only" exclude. fixed an issue with missing changes to excluded files. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,374 Jul 05, 2019
voidtools
Everything v1.4.1.935 64bit
Everything v1.4.1.935 64bit "Everything" is search engine that locates files and folders by filename instantly for Windows. Unlike Windows search "Everything" initially displays every file and folder on your computer (hence the name "Everything"). You type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed. How long will it take to index my files? "Everything" only indexes file and folder names and generally takes a few seconds to build its database. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will take about 1 second to index. 1,000,000 files will take about 1 minute. Does Everything search file contents? Yes, "Everything" can search file content with the content: search function. File content is not indexed, searching content is slow. Does "Everything" hog my system resources? No, "Everything" uses very little system resources. A fresh install of Windows 10 (about 120,000 files) will use about 14 MB of ram and less than 9 MB of disk space. 1,000,000 files will use about 75 MB of ram and 45 MB of disk space. Does "Everything" monitor file system changes? Yes, "Everything" does monitor file system changes. Your search windows will reflect changes made to the file system. Does "Everything" contain any malware, spyware or adware? No, "Everything" does not contain any malware, spyware or adware. Does "Everything" miss changes made to the file system if it is not running? No, "Everything" can be closed and restarted without missing changes made to the file system (even across system restarts). "Everything" updates the database when it is started. What are the system requirements for "Everything"? "Everything" will run on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 NTFS indexing requires the Everything service or running "Everything" as administrator. Friday, 18 February 2019: Version 1.4.1.935 fixed an issue with really long filenames fixed an issue when adding or removing an "include only" exclude. fixed an issue with missing changes to excluded files. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,485 Jul 05, 2019
voidtools
   
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