Are you tired of trying to remember a lot of your favorite Internet links? Advanced Link Catalog is an easy to use tool with explorer-like interface which help you to catalog, organize, annotate and back up your Internet bookmarks into categories.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:30
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Description: Are you tired of trying to remember a lot of your favorite Internet links? Advanced Link Catalog is an easy to use tool with explorer-like interface which help you to catalog, organize, annotate and back up your Internet bookmarks into categories. You can add comments to each link, search for links and categories using your own comments. Program support report generation and export to HTML, and CSV formats. Advanced Link Catalog especially good at handling large or multiple collections of links, but the generated catalog file is very compact. The Advanced Link Catalog has the Multilingual user interface.
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