An index of all our open-source data, analysis, libraries, tools, and guides.
Listary is a powerful search utility for windows, similar to spotlight in Mac.
It's a great software, but for people like me who are used to windows search (press Win and then type), listary's default shortcut Ctrl+Ctrl can be a little clumsy and it takes some time to get used to it. The software itself doesn't offer a way to set the shortcut to Win and replace the original windows menu, so I wrote a C# program to make it happen.
It's essentially a program that remaps Win to a hotkey that shows Listary toolbar, the remapping happens after Win is released so it doesn't interferes with other Win-related hotkeys such as Win+D.
It uses a keyboard hook, so it may be reported by anti-virus software, and it requires administrator privileges, but it is an open-source software with only 100+ lines of code, so you can check the source code and be assured that it does nothing harmful.
regain is a search engine running on desktop or server with support for various file formats.
Zilverline Search Engine. This is the source of the 2004-2008 Zilverline Search Engine project
Terrier is a Image and Container analysis tool that can be used to scan Images and Containers to identify and verify the presence of specific files according to their hashes.
DocFetcher is an Open Source desktop search application: It allows you to search the contents of files on your computer. — You can think of it as Google for your local files. The application runs on Windows, Linux and OS X, and is made available under the Eclipse Public License.