Everything has stopped working

by Oliver 5. October 2012 22:21


Everything is a great little tool I use almost every day to quickly find files or folders by (part of) their name. I have it start up automatically after login, so when I need it it instantly returns all results it finds on disk. And with instantly I really mean INSTANTLY. Ever since I’ve started using Everything, I worry much less about where I put stuff on my disk because I can find it in a second. It's great during development as well because it will find e.g. all copies of a certain DLL on my system which I might want to delete from everywhere so that none of the copies can mess with my applications.

Well, yesterday this screen popped up – really the first or maybe the second time in over a year – and it was just to hilarious to pass by!

Happy coding!

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