Tame Your Bookmarks And Favorites

Alco Blom has updated his web management utility, URL Manager Pro, to version 2.7. URL Manager Pro allows users to easily handle and manage web addresses from a central location, providing a central place to store all important URLis. According to Alco Blom:

URL Manager Pro solves many of the problems of keeping track of your Internet addresses. Iive designed URL Manager Pro from the ground up to make it easy for your to manage thousands of URLs. URL Manager Pro offers you an array of powerful features for collecting, manipulating, and using very large collections of URLs. Not just URLs of Web pages, but also the URLs of E-Mail addresses, newservers, FTP sites, Telnet hosts, and more.

Best of all, URL Manager Pro works in close conjunction with your Internet applications, allowing you to save URLs to and open URLs from URL Manager Pro from within these programs. URL Manager Pro works as a drop-in replacement for your Web Browseris bookmark function, your E-Mail programis address book, your Newsreaderis subscription list, your FTP programis host list, etc. With URL Manager Pro, you can easily create your own menus of bookmarks within your Internet applications, putting your URL Manager Pro bookmarks just a mouseclick away.

With URL Manager Pro, you store all your URLs in one location. This means that you donit have to take sides in the "browser battles"; you can continue to use both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer side by side without committing yourself to one or the other. And you can try out newcomers as they appear, such as iCab.

URL Manager Pro is especially useful for people who access the Internet from different computers: home, work, computer lab, laptop. The entire program easily fits on one floppy disk. Bookmark files are also small, using only around 50K to store 500 items.

URL Manager Pro is available for US$25. You can more information at the URL Manager Pro web site.

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