Google Desktop For Linux Released

Google has finally released Google Desktop for Linux, with binaries in RPM (for Red Hat/Fedora/Suse/Mandriva x86) as well as DEB (for Debian/Ubuntu x86) formats.

Obviously the target audience are those who are using Linux as a desktop OS and want a GUI tool to help them locate specific files on their system. I welcome this move by Google as it’ll indirectly encourage more people to hop on the Linux train now that the complications of using find and locate from the command line would be reduced.

More related news can be read from the Official Google Blog and Inside Google Desktop.

Only one response to “Google Desktop For Linux Released” so far.

  1. papajoneh Says:

    Testing on the Bad Behaviour… 4th time.