Google Desktop Blog says:
“For most Linux users, looking for files, documents, or emails usually involves some combination of ‘find’ and ‘locate,’ but sometimes these tools don’t quite do what you’re looking for, like finding that single PDF containing the specific topic you’re looking for. Or you just wish there was a much easier way to find something than ‘find /home/username -name ‘*.pdf’ and ‘pdftotext pdf_file_name.pdf output.txt…’ “
This is a good sign that Google supporting linux operating system also, as Linux is spreading in the desktop computing environment. And, I am quite sure that most of the distros will include Google Desktop package in the future releases and updates.
You can download Google Desktop for Linux from here.
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