OSForensics – Easiest and Best Means For Locating Files on Windows PC
OSForensics helps in providing one of the most powerful and fastest means of locating the files present in the Windows system. Basically, using this tool you can search for a given filename, modified dates, creations, and various other criteria. In addition, the results present in this are simply returned and it is made available in various kinds of useful views. These consist of Timeline Views which allow one to easily sift from the various matches present on the timeline. This makes the pattern quite evident to most of the users and their activities on the machine.
With regard to the fast speed, the OSForensics can search files much faster when compared to the built-in searches present in the Windows. The best part is that unlike the Windows, where the files which are omitted and missed will not be searched, here the OSForensics would do search on all kinds of files present in the disk.
Using this tool, you can search for any kinds of contents and files and get the results returned immediately even after indexing. You can even search within the various and common file formats that are powered by the robustly and accurate Wrensoft and the Zoom Search Engine. In addition, the Timeline View feature of the OSForensics provides a built-in Time Viewer which can be used for e-discovery. Basically, this Timeline View functions presents a virtual representation of the system activities and files over time and even helps in finding out the various data ranges where the significant amount of activities have taken place and the various kinds of buildup patterns of the behavior as day and year or months progresses.
The OSForensics ‘s Timeline view feature is quite interactive and it has a great bar graph which shows the system activities like creation of dates and files, history of the web browsing, cookies, MRU records, USB records as the time progresses. In addition, the granularity of the given timescales of the Timeline Viewer can be easily be adjusted as the years, months and days pass by through the normal and relevant clicking of the bars in the viewer. The best part is that simply hovering over the timeline with the given cursor would provide the definite count for all the events present in the given time period.