When browsing the web, most people use address autocompletion capabilities of modern browsers or previously saved bookmarks to navigate to their favorite sites. However, autocompletion may not work in certain situations and your bookmarks folder may eventually grow so big that locating a specific site in it will be harder than finding it via a search engine. This may not be much of a problem for some people, but users who frequent the same sites many times a day will have nothing against an even simpler and faster method of loading their favorite websites.
Website URL Opener was specifically designed for users who need the fastest access to their most frequently visited websites. It’s a configurable panel with buttons linking to a number of popular sites and services, as well as user’s own sites. Using the program is really easy — it comes with a set of preconfigured URL’s and lets you assign your own ones to vacant buttons. To do that, select the Preload option in the lower part of the program window and click one of the available buttons to enter its URL and description. Once done, switch back to the Open mode — this will open sites in the default web browser when you click corresponding site buttons. Website URL Opener can save an ample amount of time each day by allowing you to access your favorite web locations in just one click, no matter how complicated (and hard to remember) their addresses are.
If you are looking for an ultimate time saver and a tool capable of making web browsing truly convenient, take a closer look at Website URL Opener!
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