Until we all get used to Windows 8, and its charms, many of us are likely to find certain things in the new Windows 8 somewhat unintuitive. They aren’t of course – we’re just used to doing things differently.
Regular readers to this blog will know I have a heavy interest in search engine technology, and even have my own search engine development project simmering away for research purposes.
So, when I hear about a new kind of search engine – the antennae on the radar go wild – this was the case with SortFix.
The aim of SortFix is “to help users get more accurate answers, faster, and make the search process a more efficient and enjoyable one” – high aims indeed.
If you don’t perform much file searching on your Windows XP Computer or, perhaps, you use another search provider for searching local files you might be able to squeeze a little more performance out of your computer by telling it not to index your hard disks.