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URL Organizer Download - manage your favorites URL Organizer 2.4.16 - manage your favorites, Subcategory: URL-Organizers
Price: $9.95 (Free Trial) OS: 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Size: 263 KB Version: 2.4.16
Small, fast, simple utility for storing, organizing, annotating and backing up large collections of URLs (Internet bookmarks and also program, document and folder shortcuts). Offers an innovative, intuitive and highly-customizable interface. Each URL is no more than three mouse clicks away, plus there s a fast search facility. Includes import/export tools for Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator and Opera. Also imports AOL Favorite Places. If your favorites or bookmarks are in a mess then you ll love URL Organizer s powerful organizing tools. Support for multiple URL collections makes it ideal for family users and web researchers (who ll also appreciate the ease with which the program handles tens of thousands of URLs). Support for multiple web browsers makes it ideal for web developers.
URLBase  Professional Edition Download - manage your Favorites URLBase Professional Edition - manage your Favorites, Subcategory: URL-Organizers
Price: $39.00 (Free Trial) OS: 98/ME/2000/XP Size: 2406 KB Version:
URLBase 5 is an internet shortcut manager, that allows you to manage all your favorite URLs in databases and across different browsers. You can import, export and synchronize your links from browser to browser, export them to (customizable) HTML format or share your link collection by e-mail. URLBase can also validate links and check for duplicates, allowing you to keep your links accurate and up to date.
Visual Marks Download - visual browser bookmarks Visual Marks 1.2 - visual browser bookmarks, Subcategory: URL-Organizers
Price: Free OS: 98/ME/NT/2000/XP Size: 548 KB Version: 1.2
Visual Marks is a visual bookmark manager that allows you to manage your bookmarks with fun and ease via colors and web page snapshots, rather than a list of text links. It adds a new Explorer bar to the IE toolbar, from where you can quickly add a new web site shortcut to the favorites collection. You can choose to add it to the IE favorites as well or to keep a separate list of favorites with Visual Marks. The program can also import your existing IE/Netscape/Opera links and then gather the snapshots for each (may take some time). Additional features include link validation, optional detail list, export as web page function and more.
WebBank Download - manage your bokmarks WebBank 2.0.8 - manage your bokmarks, Subcategory: URL-Organizers
Price: $19.92 (Free Trial) OS: 98/NT/ME/2000 Size: 1001 KB Version: 2.0.8
Manage, categorize, and annotate your Bookmarks/Favorites/URLs! Access them quickly from the color-coded "tree" display or using powerful search capabilities. Create with "drag and drop", easy entry, or import from Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. Powerful editing capabilities, including the ability to locate duplicate URLs or re-categorize multiple URLs in one step. The multi-purpose capability allows you to access Internet resources (Web pages, FTP servers and files, News Groups); launch local applications, documents, or folders; or create e-mail messages. Provides an effective alternative to the Windows program menu for your frequent operations. Easily use your collection on multiple computers. Share with others using the powerful import/export capabilities.
Xteq URL Bandit Download - Xteq URL Bandit 1.2 - , Subcategory: URL-Organizers
Price: Free OS: 98/NT/ME/2000 Size: 439 KB Version: 1.2
Xteq URL Bandit is a little program that monitors your clipboard and catches all URLs it finds. These URL are saved so you can later easily access them and don't lose them when you turn your computer off. Also, URL Bandit will analyze the entire text you copy to the clipboard and extract all URLs. For example, if you copy a 1 MB text file with 200 URLs to the clipboard, URL Bandit will extract all 200 URLs. It will save you a lot of time especially if you receive a lot of eZines and newsletters that are always full of URLs.
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