Keep all your bookmarks in the same browser-independent collection. The program supports virtually any modern Web browser. Make searches through your collection of bookmarks, synchronize it between different browsers and computers.
In 1994, there was not much to see on the Internet. I had only a few links in my Internet Explorer favorites. However, when a friend had recommended to me that I try Netscape, I immediately faced the bookmarks synchronization problem.
Now I have 3 different browsers at work, 2 browsers at home and another one is installed on my notebook. I use hundreds of bookmarks and need to regularly synchronize them between all my computers and Web browsers. Unfortunately, none of them contains a reliable bookmark manager that is
compatible with the others.
What I need is a stand-alone browser-independent bookmark solution. I tried many of them but finally looked no further when I found Link Commander from Resort Labs. This feature-rich bookmark manager has all the features to please every user, from a novice to an IT professional.
Link Commander is browser-independent. This means that it does not require any specific browser, but rather supports them all. It can export/import links to/from virtually every modern browser. Link Commander instantly monitors your open browser windows and clipboard for URLs and is able to add
a bookmark whenever you need it, from whatever browser you happen to be using at the moment.
Link Commander provides advanced capabilities to manage your bookmarks: searching, link validation, automated duplicate elimination, etc. A bookmarks collection can also be protected with a password. You can open bookmarks with any browser installed on your computer.
For Link Commander, a Bookmark is not just a URL. When you add a bookmark, the program analyzes the page you bookmarked and retrieves additional info from it, such as title, short description, keywords, etc. This info helps when you through your bookmarks collection.
Several instances of your Link Commander bookmarks collection can be easily synchronized or moved using the Internet or a memory stick.