Surely everyone of us knows that the search engine that Microsoft has integrated into Windows 10 is pretty bad. So, a search engine called Everything was born to help Windows users easily find the folders and files they want to find.
Everything lets you quickly and easily find the name and location of the data you’re looking for on your computer. Since the tool indexes all files on the drive, the search results are displayed as you type. Advanced users can use the advanced search types, Boolean operators and expressions to search with Everything.
And now, Windows 10 users can also integrate Everything into the Windows 10 taskbar with an open-source app called EverythingToolbar. In this article, We will guide you on how to install EverythingToolbar to speed up searching for folders and files on Windows 10.
How to install EverythingToolbar
To install EverythingToolbar you follow these steps:
- Download and install the Everything 1.4.1 app or later
- Download and install .NET Framework 4.7 or later
- Download the installation file of EverythingToolbar from GitHub
- Once installed, you can activate it by right-clicking on the Taskbar , selecting Toolbars and selecting Everything Toolbar . If you don’t see it, repeat this action a few times
EverythingToolbar has all the advantages of Everything. It can instantly display search results including keyboard shortcuts, custom “Open with …” command and support for dark background mode …
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