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GroupDocs team is pleased to announce three enhancements in GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.2. Using the latest version, you can now perform indexing in multiple threads using multi-threaded indexing. Furthermore, you can now implement compact indexing that consumes up to 5 times less disk space. We would recommend you to download the latest version for better user experience.
Multi-Threaded Indexing in C#
In this enhancement, you can perform indexing in multiple threads. Multi-threaded indexing is faster but uses more memory and may cause memory … Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce the release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET 18.1. Using the latest version, you can cancel search operation at runtime. Furthermore, you can search with a query in the form of object tree as a parameter, search with the wildcard in phrase search, use ISO 8610 date format in date range search, and use collection of date formats for range search. We would recommend you to enhance your applications using this latest version.
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We are pleased to announce the release of version 17.12 of GroupDocs.Search for .NET. GroupDocs.Search for .NET 17.12 has come with 4 enhancements. We have introduced the feature of getting highlighted results of exact phrase search in text. Furthermore, we have improved the calculation of relevance of search results as well as redesigned the syntax of the search query. We would recommend you to enhance your applications using this latest version.
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We are glad to announce another monthly release of GroupDocs.Search for .NET API. The latest version 17.11 provides metadata indexing as well as improved indexing for PDF documents. This release also provides support for MSG, EML and EMLX file formats. Just download the latest release to check out the new and improved features of GroupDocs.Search for .NET API. Please continue to read more about version 17.11.