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Hi,
Any body using Alfred app? I'm really satisfied with Apple Spotlight.
Do you use a third party launcher (Alfred or QuickSilver for example)? If yes, please tell us your reasons.
Thanks.
 
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Nope. Even before Lion, I didn't. But I use Lion's Launchpad all the time.
 
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After using Alfred in anger, I can't live without it. Really productivity booster.
The iTunes mini player, run system commands, the clipboard and many other useful stuff.
 
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Alfred on the Mac and Launchy on my work windows machine.

Both pretty awesome
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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