Powerful URLs bookmark manager with a fully featured multi-tabbed browser. Not dependent on any web browser to store URL bookmarks. It's an independent application that you can use with almost any web browser side by side.
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Description: Powerful URLs bookmark manager with a fully featured multi-tabbed browser. SurfGem is not dependent on any web browser to store URL bookmarks. It's an independent application that you can use with almost any web browser side by side with it's handy small view facility.
Why depend on insufficient browser's bookmarking facility? They tend to offer you limited options when it comes to handling a large amount of bookmarks. What happens when you decide to use a new browser? If it's compatible you have to import your bookmarks every time you change a browser.
What about when you use more than one browser for different purposes. Some of your bookmarks in one browser the others in a different one - an organized mess! How do you remember which bookmark is in which browsers bookmarks? As you use the application you will discover the clear solutions provided by SurfGem to all these questions and many others.
Information is a very valuable asset to own. A great deal of information in these days can be obtained from the Internet. The saying of 'If you can't find what you are looking for on the Internet don't bother looking elsewhere' has a great deal of truth in it. Use a reliable URLs bookmark manager like SurfGem to keep the source of your information under your fingertips.
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.