btw, another issue that recurs without fail.
On one of my computers with Everything (the primary one), I have Dropbox.
My computer boots up, but Dropbox files aren't loaded. I guess Dropbox opens *after* Everything runs, and Everything doesn't recognize it. When I first start up, I always have to terminate the Everything process and restart it to get Dropbox's files loaded.
So you see, it's a great tool. I use it a lot. But it's not perfect. However, if I can't be confident in its long term viability and reliability, I just don't want to pay for it right now. Trust me, I'd gladly give of myself if I knew it was something its creator cared about. The users seem to care more than the app's creator, and he's holding the source files hostage.. or rather, he doesn't seem to want anyone to take on the development.
I see it vouched for on reddit ALL the time and I bet someone (or many someones) would gladly take on the development. If only David realized that.