there is a new feature that i call bbSearch, that you could test if you'd like.
what does it do (short version): finds executable(s)
what does it do (longer version):
there is a new rc file search.rc. this is a list of locations to search. i configured some basic locations, like program files, windows etc.
bbsearch than finds all executables present in folders specified in search.rc, and creates a data structure optimized for prefix search. index will create two new files: programs.index and programs.props.
These files will be loaded next time and will spare you of another indexing, which may be slow-ish. especially on old hard drives.
bbSearch is integrated into menu, you can't miss it
So what does it do: you simply enter initial letters of your program ("tot" for example) and the bbsearch will spit out full path of executable for total commander.
Then you have option to simply run it, pin it to history or pin it to iconbox.
Note: First time bbSearch will run, the indexing will occur.. you can notice that the edit box has red background. This will last from few seconds up to minute or so (depending how fast your hard drive is).
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