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The Best Application Launcher for Linux

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Software

Linux users have a few good application launchers to choose from, but if we had to pick, the feature-filled favorite GNOME Do would have to win the title of best.

Features

* Launch programs with just a few keystrokes

* Perform a ton of different actions through various plugins: Search the web, run terminal commands, perform calculations, search your Google contacts or Google Docs, and much, much more.

Where It Excels




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