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dotBookmark 1.0.51

Different computers, different browsers but same Bookmarks.


  • Version:1.0.51
  • Date Added:3/30/2011 7:49:18 PM
  • License:Freeware
  • Price:$0
  • Total Downloads:71
  • Last Week Downloads:5
  • Operating System:Win98, WinXP, Windows2000, WinME, Windows2003

Publisher's description

dotBookmark dotBookmark may very well be one of the top 10 most useful freeware tools currently available on the Internet. Essentially, this free software works as a Bookmarks/Favorites replacement, allowing users to "take" their bookmarks to any PC and keep them synchronized with the user's bookmarks on the WEB-server. This is how dotBookmark works. It looks exactly like the regular bookmarks do, but the software does erase the existing bookmarks in the browser. Instead, after the software is installed, a new button appears in the browser. Saved URLs are accessed by pressing the button on the browser. If necessary, bookmarks from IE or other browsers can be imported to dotBookmark. The major advantage of this solution is that dotBookmark data is automatically backed up to a web server and kept there for an unlimited amount of time at no charge. This means people don't need to back up their favorite URLs to a floppy in order to synchronize with other PCs/browsers. Instead, users can easily access their data from any computer that has connection to the Internet. Importantly, all data is kept confidential and is not shared with anyone. dotBookmark gives people many options to organize their bookmarks, create new folders, drag and drop links, rearrange URLs. After this is done, this data is automatically synchronized with other PCs and browsers where dotBookmark is installed.


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