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General Software Discussion / Re: Top 3 programs you use
« on: September 01, 2007, 01:40 AM »
http://www.kaylon.com/power.html (the best bookmark manager I know)
Latest download is dated 12/02/2002, is it still alive?

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Regedt32.exe + RegMon are sufficent to perform any registry-related tasks.

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Notepad++ is the best one!

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I'd like to recommend you checking Bookmark Base.

It's a small portable (in terms of software portability, not cross-platform) tool which supports IE, FF, Opera and other browsers based on IE and FF core (like Maxthon or K-meleon).
It can import|export bookmarks in any direction between browsers, merge them, clean duplicates, check bookmarks for validity and so on. Here's a comprehensive Softpedia review of it.

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For such a huge bookmarks collection I can suggest to try out the Bookmark Base.

It can carry out 5k+ bookmarks and it's portable! I've placed it on my USB drive and now I can work with my bookmarks on any Windows-powered PC.

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