[Added] Everything (optional for total commander) - App-Request
File name and path: C:\Program Files\Everything\Everything.exe Product Name: Everything Internal Name: Everything Original Filename: Everything.exe File Description: Everything Company: Legal Copyright: Copyright (C) 2018 David Carpenter Legal Trademarks: Comments: File Version String: 18.104.22.1682 File Version: 22.214.171.1242 Product Version String: 126.96.36.1992 Product Version: 188.8.131.522
Version 184.108.40.2062 (x86)
@anselm Everything is now detected on my system properly.
So I mark the topic as Added and move it to the category Added App Requests.
@Tom I have Everything as portable version now within WSCC:
So would be nice if Everything is detected.
Everything can be downloaded and installed normally (in this case it is separate from Total Commander).
In my opinion @Tom should add detection rules for Everything (the stand-alone-version).
As soon as Everything is detected, you will see if it is also detected on your system (you downloaded it via Total Commander).
I am sure it will be detected too.
Please note that Everything can be bundled with Total Commander.
So maybe the file path of Everything is an indicator if it is bundled with Total Commander or a stand-alone version.
But Everything can also be downloaded as portable version.
@OLLI_S If you check 'everything' in the "find file" dialogue of total commander, total commander will download and install everything. So it is some kind of bundle.
You wrote in the title Everything (optional for total commander) so I thought that this is a very important information (something that needs to be considered when adding the product).
@OLLI_S I did not say anything about with which name it should be added.
But here Everything should be added as Everything because you can start is as separate product.
Because Total Commander can use it.
Like indexer++ it parses the NTFS filesystem master files table directly to search the files (and additionally index them). Reading the master file table is much faster than scanning the folders using windows api. Therefore you can use it in TotalCommander.
@Anselm This is a file search, why do you write (optional for total commander)?