martedì, dicembre 14, 2004

Disponibile in beta il Desktop Search di Microsoft

Lo sto provando ma nel frattempo ecco una serie di link alle reazioni disponibili sulla blogosfera.

MSN this morning announced the MSN Toolbar Suite which includes Desktop Search. Let's travel the Internet and suck up the best and worst links. First, it's at A video demo and interviews with the team is up on Channel 9.

Darren Barefoot: Forgive me for being underwhelmed, but maybe this should have been in the frickin' operating system years ago, eh?

Jan Tielens took my reviewers guide and filled it in.

Joe Wilcox, over on Microsoft Monitor, says he's still having performance problems. He calls it MSNFS.

Jonathan Hardwick: Leave it alone (among other tips)

J. Gregg Thomason: This whole stupid search craze is just a symptom of what's wrong with the industry.

Zmarties: "I'm pleased to see implements "search as you type."

Patrick Tisseghem: it looks excellent.

Joel Ross: It doesn't install on Windows 2003. So I can't tell you anything about it.

Peter Laudati: While Google search still rocks on the Internet, MSN has clearly got a better product when it comes to the desktop!

Paul Thurrott: reviews MSN Toolbar Suite.

Bradley Johnson: Two months late to Google Desktop party. Yes, trust is an issue in desktop search.

Buzz Bruggeman: It is working great.

Shannon: Looks like MS has a real product here.

I'll watch for more reactions. Feedster is down right now, which is slowing me down a bit. Plus I'm really tired and off to bed.

[Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger]

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