QuickSilver equivalent for Windows / Linux

September 12, 2008 § Leave a comment

For those who don’t know QuickSilver, or doesn’t use Macintosh, QuickSilver is a slick, keyboard-oriented, launcher. It can launch applications, run command-line, open documents, and so much more.

Fortunately, for windows and Linux users, there’s Launchy. It’s free and open sourced.

Another alternative for Linux OS would be GNOME Do.

Side Note:

I think most people who use QuickSilver knows that it is open source. Here is the QuickSilver project at Google Code:

http://code.google.com/p/blacktree-alchemy/

Resources:

Launchy download page @ SourceForge

Launchy Main Page

GNOME Do Main Page

Blacktree QuickSilver page @ Google Code

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