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An easy to use bookmark manager plus application launcher

Fruitfultime BookmarkManager is an easy to use, little utility that lets you bookmark any websites (URLs), frequently used applications, folders and documents and enables you to access them just with a click.

The program is quite easy to use. Bookmark any website with a shortcut key (default key: ctrl + shift + b) or drag and drop any programs, folder, and documents into the program window.

You can organize the bookmarked items with labels and lets you quickly find and filter bookmarks using the fast incremental search feature. Moreover you can import bookmarks from major web browsers and also can backup and/or restore the bookmarks.

The application works on Windows 7, Vista and XP and is clean . You can install it on a USB drive (extract the exe in a directory and run the BookmarkManager.exe) also to carry the bookmarks around with you to use on any computer.

However the free version is limited to running 10 items per day. Get more details and download from program’s homepage.


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