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That's why I use Agent Ransack there is also a more Paranoid Ops friendly named version called FileLocator Lite.
It turns out a lot of people, myself included, when asking if they could install Agent Ransack were told "No!" or as in my case the network admin said "There's no way I am going to allow to to install software with the name ransack in it!" so they simply released a version with another name and people like me then get to use it.
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Doesn't work that way for me. Sorts the displayed results. I am using W10. Is it possible that it was still doing the search when you changed sort? I tried doing this by searching ".dll" in entire computer and sorting did not seem to affect anything on UI.
Hmmm, well, getting closer to a response to the original question....
Unlikely - I'm testing it again though. I have nothing but SSDs, so the searches are usually fast but they are obvious (green bar running across the screen). I've seen this behavior for so long to include Windows 7.
Would your drive be indexed perhaps? I turn off indexing as it makes no sense on SSDs.
I just did a search across my data drive for all DLLS. Default was sorting by date modified. Sorting by name - off it goes.
<italic>Stuck in a dysfunctional matrix from which I must escape...
"Where liberty dwells, there is my country." B. Franklin, 1783
“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” BF, 1759
Yes, the SSD is indexed (it is the way it is). I also have HDD which is also indexed. The search I am doing is across both drives.
It is weird though that I cannot see sort order changes during search itself affecting anything. I am not sure if it does anything in background. Once the results are out, any change does not seem to trigger search again.
Move to Windows 10 they say. Everything is great here they say.
In some ways, this makes sense. If the same explorer code is used across windows environments. Then certainly when running on a server (where multiple people may update, rename, add files), you would want a full refresh.
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