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© April 2004 Tony Lawrence

Wed Apr 14 12:37:30 GMT 2004 Quicksilver

If you are a Mac user, you are going to like this. Download from http://blacktree.com/apps/quicksilver/ and install in the usual way (open the dmg file and then drag the icon to your Applications folder).

Quicksilver is still in beta, but don't let that stop you: it's quite usable now. Usable for what?

Well.. now don't start rolling your eyes.. it's a launcher. But it's not just a launcher, and I think it's better than Launchbar. Give it a try.

Update: I like Spotlight better..it is no longer a resource hog and it reacts quickly. There is no reason to replace it.


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