Linkman 7.90

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Linkman is a bookmark management solution which integrates with Firefox and Internet Explorer. It calls upon many powerful features that replace the browser's native URL management. A linkman tutotial video can be watched at the Outertech website.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
Thomas Reimann
Price:
$25
File size:
7.64 Mb
Date added:
May 12, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
Linkman is a bookmark management solution which supports 10 different browsers and integrates with Firefox 3, Internet Explorer and Maxthon. Linkman calls upon many powerful features that replace the browser's native URL management and allow to browse faster and more efficiently. To give you a better impression a Linkman tutorial video can be watched at the Outertech website.
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