The idea behind NeoSearch is really good. This local search tool works just like the embedded search field in Vista's start menu, displaying results in real time as you type letters.
But this is still a very first version of the program and you can easily spot some issues that need to be fixed. To begin with, the app's window can't be moved.
Then, the installation process is far from standard: it doesn't allow you to select the target folder and what's more, displays an annoying voice.
Search results (that is, the four most relevant ones) are displayed on the program's static window while the rest can be opened up in another one.
You can click on folders or files to open them, but that's as much as you can do with the list.
On the upside, the scanning process is very fast and doesn't hog your system resources.