If you use a public PC keep your eyes open for the Google Desktop Icon



System Administrators are already having near stokes in realizing the power of the Google Desktop Search engine. As an example today I received a notice from a company I deal with that they could not update my yearly subscription because my credit card had expired. I went to the site to update my CC info and realized I had forgot my password.

I loaded outlook and went to the categorized area it is normally in and could not find it. Realizing I had the Google Desktop I did a two word search company name and password and Google’s desktop server found my password in a index it had created of a old PST file. Time to find this info 1 second. So I am hoping Google very quickly puts in some password controls that it doesn’t index. [Yahoo]

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    Desktop search utilities are the latest buzz, mainly due to Google’s release of Google Desktop Search. I have not tried GDS, but I have used the somewhat expensive X1 and the freebie Copernic Desktop Search. These tools search your local hard driv…

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