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Geeks404.com: Gtkfind Review

Jun 27, 2000, 14:51 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Gtkfind is a powerful graphical file finding program. It combines ease-of-use with a truly powerful interface, which lets you find virtually anything on your Linux system, with even the smallest amount of file information."

"...even the very basic features of Gtk allow you to perform powerful tasks. Within each search option, there are multiple search-specific refinements, which let you narrow your search. If you're tired of grep, and aren't too impressed with the search capabilities of the GNOME File Manager, Gtkfind is a must."

"There are both source (.tar.gz) and Debian (DEB) and Red Hat (RPM) binary distributions of the program available."

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