A new version 1.3.0 is released for EverythingToolbar. “Everythingtoolbar” is a search engine that finds files and folders by filename instantly for Windows. As a piece of information for those who have not yet activated the update function must install this update to experience the changes. This app version added an option for double-click to open search results.
EverythingToolbar 1.3.0 added an option to auto-select the first search result and fixed blurry UI elements when using non-standard scaling factors on Windows 10. Besides, this update brings a power user option to force center alignment in Windows 10. The version has a lot of things to please you.
EverythingToolbar 1.3.0 changes, fixes, and improvements
Here is the changelog:
- Added option for double-click to open search results.
- Added an option to auto-select the first search result (previously this was always the case).
- QuickLook now uses the Space shortcut as it was meant to be (search result must have sole focus).
- Navigating with Home, End, PgUp and PgDn will highlight search results correctly.
- Fixed blurry UI elements when using non-standard scaling factors on Windows 10.
- EverythingToolbar 1.3.0 added power user option to force center alignment in Windows 10.
How to use EverythingToolbar
- Download Everything. (using portable or installer).
- Run the setup file and install the app following instructions on screen.
- Open EverythingToolbar.
- To use this tool frequently pin the EverythingToolbar icon to the taskbar.
- You can consider hiding Windows search icon from Settings > Personalization > Taskbar.
- On the app go to Tools > Options > Keyboard and New window hotkeys. Set the hotkeys Ctrl + Alt + S.
- Use the keys to start the app. The search can now be performed by using the preset key combination Win + Alt + S or clicking on the icon.
- Don’t forget to set Start Everything on system startup from Tools > Options > General.