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#1 yabbadoo

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 06:59 AM

Bookmarks are so useful for keeping reminders, but accumulate like rabbits on a sexual frenzy.

I must have many hundreds, What I need is a program that lets me control my Bookmarks - check them, get rid of outdated ones and multi-delete those I no longer want. In general, to keep a tidy list.

Individual deletion is not an option - I have not enough life left.

The program I am looking for must do all I have said and be 100% safe to use, with NO possibility of corrupting the list or losing it.

If somebody can give me a link that does all this with guaranteed safety, I will be most grateful.

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 04:48 PM

The program I am looking for must do all I have said and be 100% safe to use, with NO possibility of corrupting the list or losing it.

Not knowing your system and having investigated it's stability personally. There isn't a chance in levitating jelly beans I would go out on a limb and make a suggestion.

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