Mysterbin Advanced Search : Match Accuracy

Earlier this month Mysterbin released a cool new feature for their popular Usenet search engine.  Refining the advanced search panel and adding a “Match Accuracy” option to help with search result accuracy / relevance.  The NFO, password and completion features will help you narrow down search results as well.  Visit the Mysterbin Advanced Search page to try out the new “Match accuracy” feature.

The new “Match accuracy” meter let’s you choose between the best accuracy and the most results with four options to choose from.  In addition to a number of other advanced features to help in finding your desired content.  Let’s take a quick look at Mysterbin’s advanced search features.

Match accuracy:

  • Best match
  • Normal
  • Fuzzy
  • Desperate

Content type (choose one or multiple):

  • Video
  • Audio
  • Executable
  • Disk image
  • Picture
  • Archive
  • Par2
  • Other/unknown

File size (choose one or multiple):

  • Less than 1 MB
  • 1-10 MB
  • 10-100 MB
  • 100 MB to 1 GB
  • 1 GB to 4 GB
  • Over 4 GB

Manual file size:

  • Set your own min / max file size for search


  • Refine search a specific newsgroup

Max age:

  • Slider between 1 and 985+ days

Options (choose one or multiple):

  • With NFO
  • No password


  • 100% complete
  • 99%+ complete + Par2
  • 99%+ complete
  • Everything

We tested a number of queries and found the advanced search features to be quite helpful.  We especially like the match accuracy, NFO, password and completion options.  Cheers to the Mysterbin team for continuing to enhance and innovate the search engine.  For those who haven’t had a chance to try Mysterbin you’re missing out.  Heading on over to and enjoy free access to their advanced Usenet search features.