Integrated into “The Terminal”
What is Lookup?
Lookup is a free service that comes bundled with The Terminal, a free Replit app that acts as a Windows command prompt. Lookup will allow you to ask questions in the terminal about OS, CPU, GPU products and get descriptions, specs, system requirements and prices.
When is Lookup going to be available?
Lookup is currently already integrated into The Terminal but currently only has a small library of products to search for. We plan on supporting all major products and brands. With more than 35 products once completed. And with more products to come every update! The full release will be available 8/30/2023!
What brands are supported?
We currently are only supporting products from the following brands.
- Microsoft Corporation
- Apple Inc.
- Advanced Micro Devices (AMD, Ryzen, Radeon)
- Integrated Electronics (INTEL, i3, i5, i7, i9)
- Nvidia Corporation (RTX, GeForce, GTX)
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How do I get access to the early build?
If you would like to demo Lookup please DM me. You will need a developer account in order to access any Lookup features at this time.
Would you use this feature?
Have any questions or comments? Leave them below and I will try and respond as fast as I can!
Lookup Version | 1.0.1 | Aka: Window
- Windows 7
- Windows 8.1
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
Full Release: 2023-08-25T17:30:00Z
This update will add the most recent versions of Windows to Lookup! The next update will include MacOS.
Please answer the poll above so we can measure how many users would actively be using this feature
Version 1.0.1 has been release to the public. You no longer need a developer account to access lookup! And our MacOS update will be dropping to the public in 10 minutes!
Would you like to see IGPU’s included in Lookup?
Intel Iris 650 Graphics
not a good idea to put your db url in the code:
don’t worry, it’s expired I think.
There are a few things here that would be a great fit for Replit Secrets
I think each user should have their own database (no need for public db url), so that there is no hassle for database proxies, updating the url, and maintaining security.
The problem with secrets is that if I have something lets say the number One in my secret named “My Number”. and that is the key to open a door. And someone has to answer that questions at the end of a maze. It will give them an error since they don’t have access to it. If there is a way to prevent this I have not seen it
You can now see the full documentation for both The Terminal and it’s integration Lookup by clicking here!