Cerebro is an Open Source OS X Spotlight Equivalent for Linux

cerebro file previewsCerebro is a Spotlight alternative for Linux, Windows and, bizarrely, macOS. Billed as an ‘open-source productivity booster with a brain’, Cerebro is an Electron app able to run across multiple platforms. It’s an extendable, open-source alternative to Spotlight and Alfred on macOS, and Synapse, Kupfer, Ulauncher, GNOME Do, and others on Linux. To open the app press Ctrl + Space (this can be […]

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