I'm trying to write posts to keep the blog focalized on appropriate arguments, following recommendation about blogging, lovely suggested by a kindly friend. Let's go reviewing something that integrates within the Windows desktop. Two applications PlainOldFavorites and BixBookmark, regarding Favorites management.
Favorites are those web pages bookmarks that Internet Explorer calls this way, like Opera calls them Hotlist. They can be accessed in various ways, from the start menu, within IE itself, organized through bookmarks managers. BixBookmark is the brilliant approach of such, in many cases, hard job: a tray icon, and a titlebar bookmarking tool with web page snapshot functionality. The bookmarks manager sits quietly in the taskbar notification area. Nothing exceptional you can argue. Importing, exporting, URL checker, bookmarks updater, snapshot page and favicon customizing, on your right hand.
Otherwise, PlainOldFavorites could be different, the Favorites menu, still present within your Start Menu, is replicated as is to the Firefox toolbar where it can be customized directly.
from iostart.com : "Firefox has a great Bookmarks system. It has many wonderful and useful features, and the bookmarks can be exported and imported from many bookmark formats. There are even several extensions out there that allow you to synchronize your bookmarks with a remote server, the Windows Favorites folder and so on. Some users still wish to keep some or all their bookmarks in the Windows Favorites folder. There can be several reasons" [...]
These tools are targeted primarily to multi browsers users, but, this should be a next upcoming poll. Sorry, the should be "Do you like favicons?" ... keep in touch. Many Thanks to the authors of both PlainOldFavorites and BixBookmark for indirectly giving me the ability to write something new, at least i hope.