NeoFinder, the leading disk and data cataloging, and digital archive management solution for the Apple Macintosh

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NeoFinder Mac 8.1.1

35 MB   64-bit, Mac OS X 10.11 - macOS 12 (Intel and Apple ARM)
MD5: bbb7b77b3731f7c3572252e619d37326

SHA256: 9df3263c3a04d8c205d3c82438df430807043e9b871b445a3979417c26b7c694

The download is a fully operational
free 30-day trial version of NeoFinder.
It is identical to the purchased version, except that it allows for only 10 catalogs.
This limitation is removed once a valid license key is activated in NeoFinder.

NeoFinder for iPhone and iPad is available in the Apple App Store!

And Windows?
abeMeda (was CDWinder) for Windows
Our sister product for Windows can be found here:

Older NeoFinder and CDFinder versions
NeoFinder 7.8.1 (Mac OS X 10.10)
NeoFinder 7.7 (Mac OS X 10.9)
NeoFinder 7.5.2 (Mac OS X 10.8)
NeoFinder 7.3.3 (Mac OS X 10.7)
NeoFinder 6.9.3 (Mac OS X 10.6.8)
NeoFinder 6.2.1 (Mac OS X 10.5)
CDFinder 5.7.3 (Mac OS X 10.4)
CDFinder 4.7 (Mac OS X 10.3)
CDFinder 4.6.3 (Mac OS X 10.2)
CDFinder 4.3.3 (Mac OS 9)

Upgrades from CDFinder, NeoFinder 6.x, and NeoFinder 7.x?
You can order the upgrade here.
All upgrades require a
valid CDFinder, NeoFinder 6.x, or NeoFinder 7.x user license of the same number of users (or for a cross-grade, a valid license of the other product)

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FindAnyFile by Thomas Tempelmann is a cool utility to quickly search files on your local drives. Contrary to Spotlight (or the search in Finder), it does not use a database but instead uses the file system driver's fast search operations, where available. This lets you search for file properties such as name, dates, size, kind etc. Find Any File can find files that Spotlight doesn't, e.g. those inside bundles and packages and in inside folders that are usually excluded from Spotlight search. It can even search in other user's folders if you use FAF's unique root search mode.

If you want to search for your documents mainly for their textual content, especially if it's formatted text from Word, Pages, Excel, or in a PDF, take a look at
HoudahSpot. While it relies on the Spotlight search feature, it gives you much more control over the search, similar to FAF, and also displays the found items in a nice way.

EasyFind for local files by DEVONtechnologies. It offers a few extra search options (e.g. wildcards), displays results differently and has a single-window user interface which you might prefer.