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Old 10-03-2007, 11:58 AM   #1
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Windows reader with really good searching

I'm looking for Windows ebook reader software with hypertext capabilities and very good searching (ideally, Boolean and pre-indexed) that works for moderately large texts (about 50+mb). Folio Views is one option, but it's expensive, and I'd prefer something open source or at least free.

Tomeraider might one option. How good is it?
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