After trying Windows 7, I miss the start menu search in my Windows XP. I don't like the Windows XP search because I think it requires much mouse work to get a search done, and it's indexing isn't fast enough. I already tried in the past a Google tool with a global keyboard shortcut that would serve my index/search needs, but I forgot it's name. I think that tool isn't the only one in the world. Which one would you recommend for me?
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Microsoft also provides the free tool Windows Search 4.0, that is actually not bad. I personally prefer Google Desktop though.
Google Desktop? >smile<
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