Super Finder is a small but powerful tool that aims to replace the standard search function found in Windows.
The interface of the program consists of a plain and simple window in which you have access to several tabs.
So, you can input the name or mask of the file(s) you want to look for (including folders) and exclude particular items from the scan.
But you can also write text, unicode or a hex pattern to search into files, as well as the start location(s) for the scanning process.
In addition, you can look for the date of creation, modification or last access and configure settings by selecting the “before” and “after” date and time.
Furthermore, you can set Super Finder to search for files with the “archive”, “read only”, “system” or “hidden” attributes, after inputting the minimum and maximum file size. Once results have been found, you can explore folders, open the file, copy it to clipboard, rename it or view properties.
In the "Setup" tab, you can switch to a different language for the interface, enable thread priority (from "idle" to "time critical"), as well as set Super Finder to automatically run at Windows startup, start minimized to system tray, automatically check for updates at program startup, remember names, paths and checkboxes, integrate into the context menu, and more.
The program takes up a very low amount of system CPU and memory, includes a detailed help file and didn't cause us any problems during our tests. Besides the fact that Super Finder could use some improvements regarding the interface, we certainly recommend this software to all users.