inBookmarks is a powerful bookmark solution. It allows you to store, organize, comment and check you Internet pages. It has many powerful facilities that replace and compliment the browser's bookmark management systems.
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ActiveStartup 1.45 ActiveStartup allows you to manage programs which load from Registry, Win.ini and Startup Menu
at Windows Startup. Using ActiveStartup, you can inspect, edit, and/or temporary disable such
programs, make backup configurations, and so on.
ActiveStartup Deluxe 1.21 ActiveStartup Deluxe is created for advanced control over Windows startup. With this tool you can view, edit, inspect all programs, that are loading at system startup including services for WindowsNT based operational systems.
Description: inBookmarks is a powerful bookmark solution. It allows you to store, organize, comment and check you Internet pages. It has many powerful facilities that replace and compliment the browser's bookmark management systems. You can easy add URLs from all opened browser sessions. It also supports drag- drop operations. You get capability to import and export bookmarks to text, HTML files and you favorite browsers. inBookmarks supports all major Windows browsers.
URLBase 6 Professional Edition 18.104.22.1680 URLBase 6 is a powerful and easy to use bookmark manager. URLBase 6 provides a wide range of functionality, aimed to give you full control of your favorite websites, whether you're
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Google Browses By Name, Not URL Continuing its efforts to keep surfers from using rival search sites, Google this week added a feature to its toolbar that lets users traverse the Web by typing in words, not URLs.