New Copernic Desktop Search website pages

Last week, the Copernic Desktop Search product page was redesign to ease the navigation and present relevant information more efficiently. We wanted to make it more intuitive for the user to fit his/her needs. The page was simplified and now optimizes the offering to our visitors. We wanted to maximize and keep the relevant content on the website only.

The Copernic Desktop Search Professional page was remodeled to concentrate all the information on our best-selling software in one page. A brand new title was given: Find all data on your desktop, peripherals and network instantly. The title is better suited to Copernic Desktop Search Professional. It is easy and fast to navigate. The visitor does not waste time trying to find relevant information buried deep into multiple pages. All the content is accessible instantly which ties in the concept of our software: Find all your files and emails fast.

Enjoy our brand new redesigned pages.

– Vincent Douville, Manager, Online sales

4 thoughts on “New Copernic Desktop Search website pages”

  1. Some questions that the FAQ and Help don’t answer for CDS:

    – if you turn on on-the-fly indexing, unclick all the performance boxes, and the index is currently up to date, can you turn off scheduled indexing and still have a complete index, so long as CDS always is running? Do they constitute a belt and suspenders?

    – what are the command line parameters?

    – Are there any file types I cannot index?

    – If I specify some folders to be indexed and some subfolders not, or vice versa, what happens?


    1. Here are the command line parameters:
      Here is the basic information to excute a search:
      /search [all, emails, files, music, pictures, videos, contacts, favorites, history] %QUERY%

      For example:
      F:Program FilesDesktopSearchDesktopSearch.exe /search Files Kaban

    2. Almost any files types can be indexed. You can see the list in Tools – Options – Advanced. In the Advanced Settings, you can see the file types to be index. If the file type is not included, you can add it to the list but if some cases, CDS will only index the file name.

      Usually, if you tell CDS to only index subfolders and not folders, it will index only the subfolder. The best way is to try it.

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