Gnome Completion-Run Utility Alternatives
A lightning fast and flexible keystroke launcher for Windows. No installation required (portable). Extensible with Python3 plugins.
- - Keypirinha is the most popular Windows alternative to Gnome Completion-Run Utility.
- - Keypirinha is the most popular free alternative to Gnome Completion-Run Utility.
Listary is a revolutionary search utility for Windows that makes finding your files and launching applications blazing fast, for casual and power users alike!.
GNOME Do allows you to quickly search for many items present on your desktop or the web, and perform useful actions on those items.
- - Gnome Do is the most popular Linux alternative to Gnome Completion-Run Utility.
- - Gnome Do is the most popular Open Source alternative to Gnome Completion-Run Utility.
Gnome Do FeaturesDiscontinued
The program seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 0.95.3, released on November 2014, can be still downloaded from Launchpad.
RecentX is an innovative launcher that gives you instant access to your files, folders, programs, websites & clipboard history. It automatically remembers your favorite & recent items so that you can launch them even faster.
- - RecentX is the most popular commercial alternative to Gnome Completion-Run Utility.
Organizes your shortcuts/icons on the desktop.Discontinued
The program is no longer updated. Last version, 184.108.40.206, released in 2012, can be still downloaded from the official website.
Faster access to your favorite files, folders, programs, etc.Discontinued
The program is no longer developed. Last version, released in August 2016, can be still bought from the official website.
j4-dmenu-desktop is a replacement for i3-dmenu-desktop. It's purpose is to find .desktop files and offer you a menu to start an application using dmenu. Since r2.7 j4-dmenu-desktop doesn't require i3wm anymore and should work just fine on about any desktop environment.
gRun is a GTK based Run dialog that closely resembles the Windows Run dialog, just like xexec. It has a intelligent history mechanism and a dual level fork() mechanism for launching the application in its own process.