Tracker for Linux is a search engine and that allows the user to find their data as fast as possible. Users can search for their files and search for content in their files too. Tracker is a central repository of user information, that provides two big benefits for the desktop; shared data between applications and information which is relational to other information. This central repository works with a well defined data model that applications can rely on to store and recover their information. That data model is defined using a semantic web artifact called ontology. Ontology defines the relationships between the information stored in the repository.
What's new in version 0.14.4
Version 0.14.4 has added support for XPS and DVI documents, and updated pl and sr translations.