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 The ultimate application

SerK is a easy to use, multi purpose program that will keep you easily connected to everthing you do. All you have to do to find/open/close/define or even translate is type in the SerK box and press enter.

Heres a list of what you can do:

-Search on Google

-Find locations 

-Find a movie (on IMDB)

-Define any word, or look up its synonyms.

-Translate words or phrases

-Open or close any program installed

-Directly open a desired webpage

-Make your own shortcuts

 
 To show off your playing music in facebook, get fuziK!


For a whole facebook in your desktop, get fdK!

 Like movies? restaurants? books? Check out www.mynexth.com

Latest build : May 22th, 2008 - Updated

New Features: Twitter Status updates                                             (twitter: "your status here") - Configure user and pass in Config

One of 10 skins included (Black Perl)

Click here to see how to configure SerK.

I have just finished making Serk Lite (it is for people who do not have .Net framework) So check out the download page!

New Features:

-Google maps added (command "gm:")

This is the main SerK window. It is very simple to use. You can minimize the window to the system tray. The system tray icon is a "K".

Searching with Serk is meant to be the easiest thing ever! You don't have to open a web browser and go to the specific search engine your looking for. You just type the one-letter command for what you're looking for (click her for the list of commands) and type the thing you're searching for.

To search for a movie, just type in "m:" (the command for movie) and then the movie you're looking for. Press enter to submit your search. Instantly, you'll be taken to the search result.

To open a website or a program, you can use create your own short cuts (type "internet" for firefox web browser or "msn" for instant messenger) or type in the web address (www.mynexth.com or mynexth.com) or the application name (firefox.exe)

 Questions or comments? reach me kailashrocks[at]gmail.com