AstroGrep is a Microsoft Windows grep utility. Grep is a UNIX command-line program which searches within files for keywords. AstroGrep supports regular expressions, versatile printing options, stores most recently used paths and has a "context" feature which is very nice for looking at source code.

AstroGrep v4.4.6 Released
Posted on May 30, 2017
Finally, another AstroGrep update! Thanks to user linknet for updating and pushing for another release. Check the readme file for all the changes!
AstroGrep v4.4.5 Released
Posted on April 15, 2016
Updated AstroGrep by rearranging the search in results, fixing a tab whole word issue, adding the ability to right click within a folder, and updating the Italian translation.
AstroGrep v4.4.4 Released
Posted on August 20, 2015
We updated the application with some bug fixes. The latest is at the usual locations.
Website Refresh
Posted on July 9, 2015
We refreshed the look of the website: updated display with new icon and color scheme and uploaded new screen shots to match the latest version.
AstroGrep v4.4.3 Released
Posted on June 30, 2015
This release adds the Polish language file and support for external languages. The release fixes an older issue when using context lines, it now combines them together when they overlap between matches. Finally we added back double clicking in the results preview area to open the file as some users requested.
AstroGrep v4.4.2 Released
Posted on June 4, 2015
This release fixes a few bugs reported against the file encoding detection and a couple of other bugs. A portable version is now available. We also updated the application icon.
AstroGrep v4.4.1 Released
Posted on May 19, 2015
This release addresses an issue where unchecking the file detection option doesn't completely restore how AstroGrep worked before we added that option. Also, there is a speed decrease using this option as pointed out by a user. We are looking into the issue. With this point release and unchecking the option, AstroGrep should return to the previous speed (however, you lose file encoding detection, and that may be important to you).
AstroGrep v4.4.0 Released
Posted on May 18, 2015
This release has long been worked on. We finally updated the preview area to support some long requested user features. We added dynamic line numbers, word wrap support, viewing the entire file, and ability to view all results in a summary display. We also tweaked the display visuals some, so hopefully you like it. Checkout the readme for all the details.
AstroGrep v4.3.3 Released
Posted on March 19, 2015
March madness release! This release just fixes some bugs found recently and a couple from previous releases.
Website update
Posted on February 26, 2015
Added mobile support to the website so it is easier to read with a phone or tablet.
AstroGrep v4.3.2 Released
Posted on February 18, 2015
Yeah! More user feature requests have been added such as: saving results from command line, more exclusion options, open with associated application, option to remove leading white space for each result line, and specifying a file encoding. We also fixed some bugs of course :) Enjoy!
Status Update
Posted on September 17, 2014
Just letting everyone know we are working on v4.3.2 of AstroGrep. We have most feature requests and bugs for this version completed and are just working on some finer details of the update system.
AstroGrep v4.3.1 Released
Posted on February 12, 2014
AstroGrep has been updated with some new features such as: implemented file encoding check to open each file with correct encoding, search folder in window title, and context menu entry to open a file with the associated application. We also fixed some bugs and added a few more feature requests. Please check the readme.txt or changelog for all changes.
AstroGrep v4.3.0 Released
Posted on July 1, 2013
AstroGrep has been updated with some new features such as: UAC aware setting for right click search folder, filter results based on how many hits occur within that file (Minimum File Count setting), Copy/Select all right click options in results viewer, and the ability to search within results. We also fixed some bugs and added a few more feature requests. Please check the readme.txt or changelog for all changes.

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