Locate32 finds files and directories based on file and folder names
stored in a database. Locate32 saves to a database the names of all
files on your hard drives. Once the file indexing has occurred, you
can locate files quickly by using the application's search form. It
works like "updatedb" and "locate" commands in Unix. In other words,
it uses databases to store information about directory structures and
uses these databases in searches. The use of these databases provides
very fast searching speed. The software includes a dialog-based
application as well as console programs that can be used to update and
access the databases. Locate32 is not primarily meant to find text or
data within files, but it has a primitive feature to do this.
Supported operating systems: Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/Vista/7.
- August 19, 2012:The SVN repository has been
transfered to Sourceforge. If you have had write-access
to the previous SVN repository, please contact me to get access to the
new repository. The new repository is a backup from 17th September
2011. If you have newer modifications, please recommit.
- August 15, 2012:Most of files have been restored. Files are and will be hosted
here or in Sourceforge. The SVN repository containing the latest
source code is still unavailable, but hopefully can be restored soon
- August 15, 2012:A project for Locate32 in Sourceforge has been created (see
- August 4, 2012:The original Locate32 Web site was lost, including
all files. This replacement site contains all available
files. Additional files, such as the source code, might become
32-bit versions for Windows
Version 188.8.131.5200 | Version 184.108.40.20670 | Version 220.127.116.1110 | Version 18.104.22.16850
64-bit versions for Windows
Version 22.214.171.12400 |
Version 126.96.36.19970 | Version 188.8.131.5210
Locate32 now has a project also in Sourceforge.
The Locate32 Sourceforge project can be found from here.
Sourceforge will host binary files
(same can also be found here) as well as SVN repository for the source
code, older source codes, a part of translation files (some were
hosted elsewhere; please contact me if you have those), and some other
miscellanious files aimed for developers of language packages.
Sourceforge have also discussion forums, which could be used as Locate32
Support forum. You can check it
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Last updated on 26 April 2014.