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WINDOWS MULTI FILE SEARCH UTILITY

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ABSTRACT
Windows multi file search utility is a framework application to find files that contain (or don’t contain) a given string. The string may be in plain text or it may be a Java regular expression. Such a trivial search should be part of the operating system, and in fact, once was. As bigger and more impressive features were added to Windows, it lost the ability to search files for arbitrary bytes of text. Windows 98/ME/2000 could find words buried in files with unknown formats; Windows XP and Vista search only their supported file types. Through the creation of files of content through applications, downloading of content from the Internet, or receiving content via email, this file system can become quite full of important content located throughout the system. Whether these files are carefully filed away in deeply nested hierarchical folders, or haphazardly filed away in a nearly flat system, at some point that data probably needs to be accessed again. It is at this point the problem of desktop search becomes apparent. In a system consisting of gigabytes and gigabytes of thousands or even millions of files, it is important have more efficient search engine for desktop. The speed of this program depends upon the speed of computer’s hardware and the complexity of the search string. When searching for plain ASCII text or Unicode characters from 0x20 to 0x7E, the “(raw data bytes)” encoding is about 40% faster than the local system’s in “(default encoding)”.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE                                   
CERTIFICATION                               
APPROVAL                               
DEDICATION                                   
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                       
ABSTRACT                                   
TABLE OF CONTENT 
                              
CHAPTER ONE
1.0    INTRODUCTION                           
1.1    STATEMENT OF PROBLEM                       
1.2    PURPOSE OF STUDY                           
1.3    AIMS AND OBJECTIVES                        
1.4    SCOPE OF THE STUDY                       
1.5    LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY                       
1.6    DEFINITION OF TERMS     
                  
CHAPTER TWO
2.0    LITERATURE REVIEW                           
CHAPTER THREE
3.0    METHODOLOGY FOR FACT FINDING AND DETAILED DISCUSSIONS OF THE SUBJECT MATER
3.1     METHODOLOGY FOR FACT-FINDING
3.2    DISCUSSIONS             

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0    FUTURES, IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE SOCIETY
4.1    FUTURES
4.2    IMPLICATIONS
4.3    CHALLENGES

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0    SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION       
5.1    SUMMARY                               
5.2    RECOMMENDATION                           
5.3    CONCLUSION                               
REFERENCES                   

WINDOWS MULTI FILE SEARCH UTILITY

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Project ID CPU1483
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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 40 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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