The latest version of Quicksilver support Mac OS 10.6 and higher (Snow Leopard and Lion only), meaning Leopard users will have to update their OS to get the new features and bugfixes, or stick to the previous build. As always, Quicksilver is completely free. Are the new features and Lion support enough to make you update or give Quicksilver another try? Or perhaps you’ve jumped ship for a similar app like Alfred? Share your thoughts in the comments.
Quicksilver For Mac Adds Performance Tweaks, Lion Support
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