Windows 2003, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows 2K
The interface is user-friendly, consisting of a large window with a neatly structured layout, where the tool puts several samples at your disposal to help you get started and divides all important steps into several panes.
Project configuration can begin by defining general information, namely the project's title and description, site folder and main file, along with a search template.
In the following stage, you can include files and folders, specify the root folder for addressing the files, include or exclude any file masks, and input additional links for indexing.
Before generating the search engine, you have to tinker with the build options regarding the index file and preferred encoding mode (ANSI, UTF-8, Unicode and BigEndian Unicode are supported), in addition to extra word separators and any words to exclude.
The software utility didn't put a strain on PC performance in our tests, thanks to the fact that it needed low CPU and memory to work properly. It had a good response time and worked smoothly, without causing Windows to freeze, crash or prompt error dialogs.