Rage Software Updates Invisible Finder With Better Searching

Rage Software has released an update for Invisible Finder, bringing it to version 2.1. Invisible Finder is a file utility designed for locating and modifying hidden files. The update features improved user defined searches and other enhancements. According to Rage Software:

Rage Software today announced the availability of Invisible Finder 2.1.

Invisible Files can quickly build up on your hard drives especially when using Mac OS X. Invisible Finder helps track these files down, allowing you to perform various operations such as toggle the visibility, view file information, edit invisible documents as well as delete unneeded invisible files.

New in 2.1

Invisible Finder 2.1 will no longer automatically search your hard drives for invisible files when it is launched as was done in previous versions. Instead, you now have the option to select a certain volume to search, or you can chose to search your whole computer. This allows for faster file searching and removes the inconvenience of having thousands of invisible files listed that can simply be ignored.

Version 2.1 will also display the path of the invisible files listed so that you can easily see what volume the invisible file is located on and more importantly, exactly what folder the invisible file can be found in.

Other new features include faster sorting of the listed invisible files and an invert menu item which will invert the current selection in the file lists.

You can find more information about the Invisible Finder update at the Rage Software Web site. Invisible Finder 2.1 is available for US$14.95.

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