Quicksilver is a unified, extensible interface for working with applications, contacts, music, and other data under Mac OS X. Any item you are able to find, drag, or otherwise pull into its universe is endowed with many potential uses. You can search for and open anything in its catalog instantly. Files can be emailed, copied, or compressed. Text can be modified, transmitted between programs, or searched for on the Web. Some actions even support an indirect object, so you can send an item to a person, move files to another folder, or open files with a specific application. Frequently used commands can be bound to triggers, giving you the ability to execute them immediately by hitting a hot key or using the mouse on a corner or edge of the screen.
- Easy to use keyboard shortcut allows instant search for files and applications
- Launch an app or open a file without need to use the mouse
- Search is adaptive, so it "learns" what you want to do as you use it
- Chain files and actions together to perform more complex tasks
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