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[Windows] Instantly find an item from a list with Listary

Listary is a small system tool for Windows that enables you to find an item instantly from a list by just typing a letter.

It can be used anywhere in Windows – Windows Explorer, Registry Editor, Task manager or third party applications to find a file or folder quickly.

Listary is very easy to use. After installation, just type a word, when you want to select an item from a list, for example from a big directory, Listary will show up and help you.

You can use the Tab key to select the required items from the list. And if you want to hide Listary in the current list just press the key Esc.

Download Listary (for Windows 7, Vista and XP)


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