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May 31, 2003 Show:   Topic: Search Technology  Guest: David Thede
Since 1991, dtSearch Corporation has been a leading supplier of end-user, enterprise and developer text retrieval software. dtSearch products instantly search gigabytes of text across a desktop, network, Internet or Intranet site.

CEO and Founder, David Thede discusses dtSearch version 6.2, the latest release of this text retrieval program used by Fortune 10 companies. New features include: over two dozen indexed, unindexed, full-text and fielded data search options; display of HTML and PDF files with highlighted hits, as well as all embedded images, with links and formatting intact; a Linux version; and built-in HTML converters for browser-based displays.
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