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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Google's Desktop Search

Category: Professional.

I've downloaded and installed Google's Desktop Search.
Search your Own Computer with Google's Desktop Search.

Search for files, mails, AIM chat conversations, word documents, and images through Google's Desktop Search. So the next time you want to find something on your computer, don't hit Ctrl + F, check Google Desktop (compatible with Windows 2000 and XP).

This is cool. Check it out.

Related Link: Reaction to Google's Desktop Search.

I'm happy with the browser interface, I like it that way.
The filetype: advanced search operator should be allowed with Google's Desktop Search. The desktop search doesn't show .pdf files on the computer.