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Portable BookMark Manager

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by mfackler, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. mfackler

    mfackler

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    I have been looking for a portable (will run from USB drive) book mark manager. It should be small, handle folders and be easy to add too. It would be nice if it checked for dead links but not necessary. Freeware would be great but I am willing to pay also. Google list thousands of them but I have yet to find exactly what I want. Anyone have any good ones?


    Mike
     
  2. saber41

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    Not exactly a bookmark manager, but I run portable firefox from a USB Flash drive. I have all of my bookmarks with me where ever I go... Its great especially at work, when I leave for the day my browser and bookmarks leave with me, nothing left behind for big brother. There are also a bunch of other portable apps too (all free of charge).

    check them out here:
    http://portableapps.com/
     

  3. malkore

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    I used to use My Yahoo! to keep my common bookmarks stored online, available worldwide.
    should have an import/export option that works with IE and firefox.
     
  4. grokdesigns

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    I second this idea, I also use Thunderbird Portable.
     
  5. bmbase

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    Bookmark Base fulfills all your requirements.

    It's absolutely portable.
     
  6. bmbase

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    Have you tried it? Is it OK for you?