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1. to probe or investigate.
2. a probe or investigation.
literature search a search intended to create a customized bibliography that treats aspects of a research, scholarly, or topical literature of interest.
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* Downloading Google Desktop Search engine lets you type in keywords to swiftly locate files and e-mails on your computer.
It is designed to work with either MSN Desktop Search or Google Desktop search, when so desired.
This theme of simplifying information access is also reflected in the launch in November 2005 of an enterprise desktop search application from Microsoft's Google-aping online arm, MSN, following the release of a consumer version in May.
RELATED ARTICLE: Desktop search: the not-so-new frontier.
We've teamed up with Ask Jeeves - which has launched Ask Jeeves Desktop Search, software that searches for files, documents and emails quickly and easily - and psychologist Corinne Sweet to help you work smarter:
In addition, SUSE LINUX Professional delivers several important new technology previews to the open source community, including Xen technology for virtualization, Beagle desktop search and Linphone for voice over IP.
KANA Software, Inc., a provider of service resolution management (SRM) solutions, has announced KANA Agent Desktop Search. The new solution is for enabling integration between KANA Agent IQ, the company's contact center knowledge base, with leading desktop search applications.
Preston Gralla's WINDOWS XP HACKS: TIPS & TOOLS FOR OPTIMIZING YOUR OS (0596009186, $29.95) appears in its second updated edition to cover SP 2, revealing both wireless hacks and Firefox, MSN desktop search and more.
X1 Technologies, Inc., a recognized leader in desktop search, has announced planned support for the IBM Lotus Notes email messaging system and future support of IBM Workplace within its award-winning desktop search application, X1 Desktop Search.
Google Desktop Search. This has to be tried to be believed.