Find In Context 2.00
Find In Context 2.00 Relevant Fragments Of Files Show...
Instead of just pointing you to the documents that might be relevant to your search, Find In Context 2.00 finds the most relevant paragraphs inside them, and show them to you together so that you can read them straight away. So whenever you have a question to your personal electronic library, Find In Context [findincontext2.00.exe] will give you a direct answer, within seconds and without the hassle of having to launch any other programs to open the files. The program is HTML-friendly, which makes it particularly useful for documents originated from websites, since it supports both the HTML markup and the alternative spelling of special characters (umlauts, diphthongs, etc).
Your searches can be as complex or as simple as you like, yet defining and refining them is fast and easy, since everything is as much " point-and-click" as possible. Supports logical operations NEAR, AND, OR, NOT, NOT NEAR etc via an easy-to use intuitive interface.
What is new in official Find In Context 2.00 software version? - Find In Context displays all relevant fragments of your files together in a single report, where you can read them straight away, and the built-in context viewer allows you to browse through bigger fragments of the original files instantly, without having to open them in other programs. The fast and flexible proximity search algorithm and the file access engine of the program are specifically optimized for typical real-world search scenarios, where you modify the keywords and search the same collection of files again to get better results. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Find In Context 2.1 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 2.2 release build. You may download directly, estimated download time by ISDN or CDMA [~128 kbit/s] is 0:00:19. Just write the reviews of the Find In Context. System requirements are No specific requirements. No guide or Find In Context tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Find In Context: English.