Locate files and folders by name instantly.
Basic functions like searching work just fine.
What does not
Crashes when indexing A LOT of files (probably > 1 million)
NTFS volumes are not listed.
Thumbnails are not loaded.
Indexing seems a lot more slower than Windows, even on SSD.
It seems it's slower when it's indexing a disk that is not the one where the Linux system is installed, or maybe it's because the external disk is NTFS.
Instead of using the automatic NTFS list just select the drives you want to be indexed as Folders, and not Drives in the settings
Wine should create for you the Z: drive that maps your root /.
Browse from that to where your drive is mounted (/run/media/
You can also index the Linux home folder (Z:/home/
What was not tested
Networking stuff like remote search
I think Bronze is a good rating because it crashes only when you index a lot of files, this needs to be investigated.
Also thumbnails are not loaded.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Deepin Linux 15.10||May 10 2019||4.7-staging||N/A||Yes||Yes||Bronze||Federico Santamorena|
|Current||Manjaro Linux||Mar 11 2019||4.2-staging||N/A||Yes||Yes||Bronze||Federico Santamorena|