Features What makes WizFile so fast? Spoiler: How to search How to Search Just start typing and search results will appear. While WizFile is active is will monitor your hard drives for file changes. Any changes that affect the current search results will update on screen as they occur. Wildcards Use a * (asterisk) to match and one or more characters. Use a ? (question mark) to match any single character. For example, to search for all files that start with the letters "da", type in: da* To find all files starting with the letter a with "d" as the 3rd letter, type in: a?d* To file all files with a particular extension, e.g. all mp3 files: *.mp3 Multiple Search Items (AND/OR) Separate multiple search terms with a space. The space acts like an "AND" operator. For example to seach for files of type ".mp3" that also contain the word "dance", type in: *.mp3 dance If you search term has a space in it use double quotes around it, e.g.: *.mp3 "dance hits" Use the vertical pipe (|) symbol as an "OR" operator for multiple search items. E.g. to find all .mp3 and .wav files: *.mp3|*.wav To find all .mp3 and .wav files that contain the word "dance": *.mp3|*.wav dance Match File Name Only If this option is selected the search will only be applied to the file name (the path is not searched) Match Entire Path If this option is selected the search will be applied to the entire path. If the search term contains a "\" (backslash) then the search will be performed on the entire path regardless of the current "match" setting. This is slower than a file name only search. Search examples: WizFile v1.02 (First official release) (April 9, 2018) Website WizFile is available as an Installer and portable version. Administrator privileges are needed to run it.