Thursday, June 28, 2007

Google Desktop for Linux

Google Desktop for Linux makes
searching your computer as easy as searching the web with Google.

Not only can
you rediscover important documents that have been idling on your hard drive for
years, but you can also search through emails saved in Gmail or other
applications. All office files, including documents and slides created with can be easily found. Since some Linux users are program
developers, Google Desktop was designed with the ability to search source codes
and information contained in .pdf, .ps, .man and .info documents.

It also
features the Quick Search Box ,which you can call up by pressing the Ctrl key
twice. Type a few letters or words into the search box and your top results pop
up instantly. Keeping with a global focus, you can use it in English, French,
Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean --and
it works with many versions of Linux too.

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