March 27, 2004


POST #    893

I've read all about it, and now I have it installed on my computer. What am I talking about? Quicksilver. Quicksilver is "an evolving structure for manipulating any form of data. The current modules include a launcher, a clipboard recorder, and a shelf." In English, it's a excellent way to find files on your computer that you need to use. Unfortunately for PC users, it only works for the Mac and only for OS 10.3.

How does it work? Essentially, all you do is use your hot key and then type what you are looking for. Files, applications, websites. It's just great. Any Mac users meeting the requirements should give it a try.

- Quicksilver
- Dan Dickinson's Quicksilver guide

Posted by tien mao in Tech at 11:12 AM



Quicksilver sure is making its rounds through the interweb! I was disappointed to see that you need OS 10.3, as I'm still hanging on to 10.2 (I can't remember which feline name goes with which OS version).

Quicksilver sounds great and the best thing is that it's free, as opposed to LaunchBar.

(...must update OS, must update OS, must update...)

Posted by: matt at March 27, 2004 3:35 PM

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