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NDFF: NTFS Direct File Find


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SanskritFritz
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This one is very useful:
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NDFF is command-line utility that performs extra fast file searching on local NTFS partition. The main advantage over any other file searching tool currently available (including the one found in Windows Explorer) that it looks for file directly in MFT, which is system data table of NTFS. This approach lets avoid reading all the directories contained on the volume, thus speeding up the operation by many times. For example, my 30 GB large partition full of files and directories is scanned in less than 10 seconds, while it takes several minutes to scan it in traditional way.


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Thanks for posting.
I'll test this tool and probably use it.
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:shock:

This is superb.

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This is superb.

Great huh? Lets integrate it with Total Commander ;-)
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majkinetor
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I am working on that. ;)
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innersoul
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is there a GUI available for this tool?
I only found this, but it doesn't capture the output...
RunWait,%comspec% /c d:\tool\ndff\ndff.exe >%workf%,,Hide


majkinetor
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ofc not.

Create your own .
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Agreed, this is fantastic.

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ofc not.

Create your own .

hmm.

how?

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Err, with AutoHotkey for example? :wink:

The perfect tool to create a (Gui) wrapper around a command-line tool or DLLs...

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yeah well, i was politely expressing that I don't have a clue how to do this and therefore some help or pushing me into the right direction would be very nice - especially after the elaborate response of majkinetor ;)

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pushing me into the right direction would be very nice

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pushing me into the right direction would be very nice

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yeah wonderful - but how to catch the output of the commandline tool and make it clickable?

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Redirect it/parse it/show it.

NTFS Direct File Find 0.9.6
Syntax: ndff [-



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Check this out :wink: : CMDret - AHK functions
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