Document (#28440)

Author
Lewandowski, D.
Title
Suchmaschine im Betriebssystem
Source
Password. 2005, H.6, S.29
Year
2005
Abstract
Mittlerweile bieten alle größeren Suchmaschinen ein eigenes Suchwerkzeug für den Desktop an, mit dem sich Dateien, E-Mails, Kontakte usw. durchsuchen lassen. Die Tools werden kostenlos angeboten. Sie zeigen, dass die Suchmaschinen ihre Dienste in Zukunft weiter in das direkte Umfeld des Benutzers integrieren wollen.
Content
"Bei der Vielzahl der angebotenen Werkzeuge fällt die Entscheidung schwer. Schließlich braucht man ein solches Tool lediglich, um die auf dem eigenen Rechner vorhandenen Dateien durchsuchbar zu machen. Warum benötigt man überhaupt ein Zusatzprogramm? Die Antwort lautet, dass die gängigen Betriebssysteme mangelhaft sind: Wer die Dateisuche zum Beispiel in Windows einmal benutzt hat, möchte dies am liebsten nie wieder tun. Die Dateien des eigenen Rechners sind nicht indiziert, so dass die gesamte Festplatte bei jeder Suchanfrage durchsucht werden muss. Die Suche dauert lange und erfasst in der Standardeinstellung nur die Dateinamen, nicht den Inhalt der Dateien. Seit längerem haben sowohl Microsoft als auch Apple angekündigt, damit in künftigen Versionen ihrer Betriebssysteme Schluss zu machen. Während der Start der neuen Windows-Version "Longhorn" in weiter Ferne liegt, hat die neueste Version von Apples OS X ("Tiger") mit dem prominent platzierten Suchtool "Spotlight" eine Desktop-Suche integriert. Diese durchsucht schnell Dokumente, Ordner, Kontakte, Lesezeichen und E-Mails. Voraussetzung ist allerdings, dass man für EMails und Internet auch die Apple-eigenen Programme verwendet. Eine Kombination von Desktop- und Web-Suche ist (zumindest bisher) nicht realisiert. Die Anwendung zeigt jedoch, wie sich die Suche direkt ins Betriebssystem integrieren lässt. Ähnliches dürfte von Microsoft zu erwarten sein. Da die Suche in Zukunft zu einem integralen Bestandteil der Arbeitsumgebung wird und damit die Unterschiede zwischen der Suche auf dem eigenen Rechner und der Suche im Web verschwimmen, stellen die in die Betriebssysteme integrierten Suchfunktionen eine Konkurrenz für die Suchmaschinen dar. Diese reagieren, indem sie eigene Suchtools anbieten und damit rechnen, dass sich die Nutzer so an diese gewöhnen, dass sie sie trotz der vorinstallierten Konkurrenz weiter benutzen. Dazu müssen sie allerdings einen Zusatznutzen bieten. Die Einführung der Google-Desktop-Suche (siehe Password 11 /2004) hat diese Art von Suchwerkzeug schlagartig bekannt gemacht. Seitdem hat sich auf dem Markt einiges getan. Nach dem Privatnutzer haben die Anbieter die Unternehmenskunden in den Blick gneommen. So wendet sich eine neue Version des Google-Tools speziell an diese Nutzergruppe. Auch sie ist kostenlos und kann nach vorheriger Registrierung unter http://desktop.google.com/enterprise heruntergeladen werden.
Wichtig bei einer Entscheidung für ein bestimmtes Suchtool ist der den individuellen Bedürfnissen angepasste Funktionsumfang. Neben der Dateisuche, die alle Programme für die gängigen Formate bewerkstelligen, sollte beispielsweise geprüft werden, welche E-Mail-Formate unterstützt werden. Am wenigsten Probleme hat man wie auch sonst, wenn man nur die Standardsoftware von Microsoft verwendet - deren Dateiformate werden von allen Suchtools unterstützt. Verwendet man aber Programme mit "exotischeren" Dateiformaten oder möchte man beispielsweise Protokolle aus dem Instant Messaging durchsuchen, so wird die Auswahl der Programme deutlich eingeschränkt. Vor der Installation eines Programms sollte man also genau prüfen, ob es den eigenen Anforderungen genügt. Hilfreich ist die umfassende und aktuelle Übersicht des "Suchberaters" Goebel Group unter http://www.goebelgroup.com/desktopmatrix.htm. In dieser Übersicht sind die Preise der einzelnen Tools angegeben. Denn vor allem die von den großen Web-Suchmaschinen angebotenen Werkzeuge sind kostenlos. Mächtigere Programme kosten Geld - auch das sollte man im Umfeld der von den Suchmaschinen repräsentierten Kostenlos-Kultur nicht vergessen. Letztlich sollte der individuelle Nutzen für die Wahl entscheidend sein."
Theme
Suchmaschinen

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