Description: Managing bookmarks is as easy as ABC with our Favorites Manager. Forget about browsing through a long list of text links which look exactly the same. Favorites Manager is a next-generation program which does not show favorites as traditional text-based links, but replaces them by thumbnail images of saved web pages. What does this give you? Having a visual memory, you remember images and their locations easier than text. So, you can find, access and organize your favorite links in just a few clicks.
And this hardly describes the convenience which Favorites Manager brings to your everyday life. Add, drag-n-drop, rename, delete, crop, and resize thumbnails. In other words, Favorites Manager gives you complete freedom of what you can do with your bookmarks. Want to organize them conveniently? It's that easy. Just create any number of tabs and folders, name them as you wish and drag favorites into them. Keeping them in order, next time you will find the needed web page many times faster.
Want to have the same list of bookmarks in different browsers and PCs? Favorites Manager solves this too. It synchronizes your bookmarks and shows you the same list in any browser, imports your favorite links to the program and vice versa. To access your bookmarks from any PC, just choose the Portable version option and save them on a USB drive. You do not have to worry about importing favorite links from one PC to another, or keeping them away from other's eyes. Favorites Manager has already implemented all these features for you!
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