Does Apple do anything right any more? Those of you who use Alfred know how easy it makes it to find files in one's Mac. So after complaining about Xiaomi and Samsung ripping them off, Apple faithfully rips-off Alfred -- i.e. the new Spotlight. I was legitimately excited. Alfred is awesome. A second Alfred on my Mac would be even more awesome. Right? So, today, after updating to Yosemite, I search for a simple text file on my Mac using Spotlight (after it finished indexing my Mac -- I know indexing was finished because Spotlight didn't say "indexing" when I opened it anymore). Well, Spotlight couldn't find it. It wasn't on my Mac obviously. I look for it on Alfred, and it finds it instantly. So, I go into Spotlight preferences. It's set up to index everything, including contacts etc. I uncheck a bunch of things that have their own search engine (e.g., contacts), and try to search for that missing text file again on Spotlight. This time it pops up instantly. A minute ago it wasn't on my Mac, and now Spotlight finds it. Wow. Just wow.