Copernic : Java Glossary

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copernic logo Copernic
A free program to index and search your hard disk. The current version is 3.7.0 Last revised/verified: 2013-01-30. I use it all the time.

The advantages include:

The disadvantages include: Copernic is based in Québec Canada.

They also make a web-based search called Copernic Agent that examines a number of other specialised search engines and combines results. Depending on what you are looking for, it consults about a dozen of the search engines in its much larger list. There are three versions of it. The basic one for home use is free. It is fully functional There is a  $50.00 USD personal version and a  $60.00 USD professional version. Unlike most search engines you download software to use it that works inside Internet Explorer, but not other browsers. It is a full-blown GUI (Graphic User Interface) in its own right. Oddly it does not include the excellent image search you can get by using an ordinary browser.

Copernic stores its configuration files in C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\Copernic\DesktopSearch2\.

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