The Apple Core: Fast Web searches via Quicksilver

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Date: Monday, November 20th, 2006, 11:26
Category: The Apple Core

quicksilver_logo.pngIf you’re not already using QuickSilver, stop reading this post right now and download this excellent piece of software. QuickSilver is the quintessential launcher application for Mac OS X and it saves me tons of time.
If I want to launch an application or document I hit the command and space bar keys (which I’ve mapped to QS) then I enter the first few characters of what I’m looking for, select it from the resulting list (if needed), then hit enter to launch it. All without leaving the keyboard.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


quicksilver_logo.pngIf you’re not already using QuickSilver, stop reading this post right now and download this excellent piece of software. QuickSilver is the quintessential launcher application for Mac OS X and it saves me tons of time.
If I want to launch an application or document I hit the command and space bar keys (which I’ve mapped to QS) then I enter the first few characters of what I’m looking for, select it from the resulting list (if needed), then hit enter to launch it. All without leaving the keyboard.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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