"For individuals who have used Google Desktop in the Windows
world, having the tool available on Linux may ease the transition
to a new desktop operating system. I started using the Google
Desktop on my Linux system. This blog will go through the
installation process and show how it works on a Linux desktop.
"The Google Desktop recently added 64-bit support for Linux
operating systems, so now is a good time to consider
enterprise-wide deployment. From the Google Desktop Linux version
website, a quick 7.7 MB download will have the application on your
system. I have been installing the 64-bit version on Red Hat with a
.RPM install file option..."
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