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Linkman Pro 8 (2 Computer License) v8.91 for PC

The Ultimate Bookmark Manager!

Linkman Pro 8 (2 Computer License)Discount

Linkman Pro 8 (2 Computer License)

The Ultimate Bookmark Manager!

$39
for PC 
Platforms: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, 2008, Vista, 7, 8.1 (32 and 64 bit) Download Trial
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"Linkman is by far the best solution we've tried for keeping your bookmarks safe and up to date." -- CNET Editorial Review

Links, links, links. They're how we organize the internet, and for many of us, how we organize our lives. But how do we organize our links? How do we turn that rat's nest of hundreds, thousands, even tens-of-thousands of URLs into something useful, intuitive, and (most importantly) cross-browser?

With Linkman, of course!

Linkman -- short for Link Manager -- is a complete bookmark management solution that can efficiently organize and check large amounts of links and effectively replace your browser's native URL management system.

But best of all, Linkman offers uniform access across all of your browsers. Linkman allows you to install Firefox, IE, Chrome and Opera addons as optional components. No other bookmark manager features such comprehensive browser support. Not even close! Only Linkman ensures that all of your links will be readily accessible no matter which browser you're using at that particular moment!

But what about those nasty little 404 errors? After all, the internet changes over time, and a good link today might very well be a broken link tomorrow. Linkman includes powerful bookmark validation features that continually scan your link database for dead links, page movements, and even content changes!

And Linkman is fast, no matter how many links you've got stored away. Just start typing a keyword and get results within a second, even with link databases in the millions! In addition, Linkman allows you to combine wildcards and operators (AND, AND NOT, OR, "-") in your searches, and to utilize a powerful Search and Replace feature.

With secure password protection features, the ability to export and print out functional link reports, the option to install Linkman on a portable USB stick, and even the ability to sync databases between multiple computers, it's hard to think of anything Linkman can't do when it comes to bookmarks.

If you use bookmarks on a regular basis for work, play, or just plain living, you owe it to yourself to check out Linkman!

Version Alert! Check out what's new in Linkman 8.91:

  • Improved Bookmark Validation: Authentication support; Improved SSL/TLS support; Validation codes explained in status bar.
  • Better Web Icons support: Linkman now supports PNG, JPG, and GIF images; if the web icon for a website is placed on another website with a shortcut referral to it, Linkman can find the icon anyway!
  • Improved synchronization: A warning dialog will be displayed on synchronization collision; On successful synchronization a notification is displayed in the Tray Icon area.
  • Faster and more accessible Keyword List window.
  • A specific browser can be configured within the properties of a folder: All bookmarks inside this folder will be launched using the configured browser.

Please note folks: an HD version of the tutorial video is available here.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Yves Ros The price shown on the "Buy now" page of your website is $24.95 and not $39.00.

http://www.outertech.com/en/buy-now

Thus, you offer 40% and not a 62% discount, right ?
Apr 26 at 4:42am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann $24.95 is the price for a single-computer license. This offer is 14.99 (instead of $39) for a two-computers license, a 62% discount.
Outertech - Apr 26 at 4:52am Copy Link
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Cary Adams I tried to visit their website and got this:

Error 1010: The owner of this website (www.outertech.com) has banned your access based on your browser's signature (1212xxxxxxxxxxxx-mh5).

What nonsense!
Apr 26 at 5:49am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Cary. This is a very strange error, we have never seen before. Could you please send a screenshot to support@outertech.com. Have you tried another browser? (Our website should work with all browsers, including mobile ones).
Outertech - Apr 26 at 9:10am Copy Link
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Bill Sech Been using Linkman Pro for quite awhile now. Works good for me. I like having one browser independant manager for bookmarks. It merges with Chrome nicely. There are plenty of features to work with. It means I can do bookmarks once and then forget it.
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Outertech - Apr 26 at 9:16am Copy Link
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Donald Hellen This looks like a solution to a problem that doesn't exist, at least for me. the Firefox browser bookmarks work fine for me. Linkman slows things down to a crawl and that is unacceptable for me. It is also not very intuitive, and the video shows just how complicated it is.

When I use the Firefox browser, it appears that I have less clicking to do in order to categorize and save a bookmark than with Linkman. As for synchronizing bookmarks between browsers, I don't need Linkman to do that, but I really have no reason to do that except on rare occasions.

I'll pass on this one.
Apr 26 at 1:09pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann Donald, Firefox works fine if you have 500 to 1000 bookmarks. At some point (10k+) it stops working. See here: http://www.eve-golden.net/linkman.htm Linkman does NOT slow down anything. This is simply not true. It's blazing fast even with 100k links. It does also not slow down the browsers at all, not even by 0.01%. Also, adding, and categorizing links is faster with Linkman, as with Firefox. The number of clicks is the same, but Linkman will retrieve keywords/description from most sites automatically, Firefox will not. Linkman also creates keywords from the title of the webpage, which Firefox does not.
Outertech - Apr 26 at 2:39pm Copy Link
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Donald Hellen When I exited the program, my mouse cursor stopped freezing in place for many seconds at a time. It turned the cursor into a very jittery one.

Whether it slows down or affects other systems adversely, I can't say. I can say that exiting the program fixed the slowdown of the PC.
Apr 26 at 3:17pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann This may have been caused by your Anti Virus program analyzing Linkman, since it was freshly installed (it can take few minutes). If you are not actively doing something with Linkman (clicking, searching) it uses 0.0% of your processor time.
Outertech - Apr 26 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Christian deTorres What is the policy for upgrades to v9.0? Based on the version number, it would appear that version 9.0 is not far away.
Apr 26 at 8:18pm Copy Link
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Alan Feldman Does Linkman work with the AOL browser? I have thousands of AOL favorites. Can these be converted to Linkman bookmarks?
Apr 26 at 8:39pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Christian As stated on this page, you get 2 years of free upgrades, with the option for lifetime upgrades.

@Alan Linkman does not support the AOL browser. AFAIK the AOL browser is an Internet Explorer 6 clone, so an import into Linkman should be possible if you use the IE Favorites import and point to the folder of your AOL favorites.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 1:23am Copy Link
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Craig Haywood From your last reply, does that mean we get 2 years of free upgrades if we purchase the 14.99 option today? Your answer to @Christian is not clear
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Outertech - Apr 27 at 2:30am Copy Link
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Craig Haywood @Thomas, can you please give a proper response? If we buy today's option for 14.99, does that mean we get free upgrades for 2 years. Also, when do you plan on releasing version 9?
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Thomas Reimann Yes, as stated before you get free updates for two years, no matter what. There is no release date for version 9, as there will be a major update with a lot of work on new features.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 2:55am Copy Link
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Attila Stankoczi The program has a password manager section of the saved URLs?
Apr 27 at 3:48am Copy Link
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Donald Hellen Does this stop working when the 2 years is up?
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Ely S. Linkman is a great relief for the new Opera version, since this browser does not support bookmarks anymore. Linkman does well integrate into the Opera interface (as well as into other browsers) and help to save rsp transfer long-year collected Opera bookmarks. Switching between the different browsers now is a cinch.

Now just for clarification of the various options you offer:

1. What means "License Protection"?
2. "Lifetime Free Updates" includes all future versions?

Thanks for your kind clarifiation.
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Thomas Reimann @Attila You can save passwords with Linkman, but without an auto-fill feature (you can right click a bookmark in the search window and select copy username / pwd to clipboard).
Outertech - Apr 27 at 8:06am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Donald No, it does not stop working if you don't install new versions after 2 years. The installed version will always work.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 8:06am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Ely

1. This is an offer from FastSpring. In case your email address changes and you loose your serial code, you can get a new one after identity check.
2. Yes, Lifetime means all versions, with no time limit.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 8:08am Copy Link
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Christian deTorres Thanks, Thomas! I missed the upgrade details, which are listed on "The Fine Print" tab. I purchased last night -- it's a great deal for a good tool.
Apr 27 at 8:19am Copy Link
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_*_ @Thomas Reimann,

1. Is there a sale price for a single PC with Lifetime License?
2. I am trying the trial version and "drag-and-dropped" a website into Linkman; when I tried to launch it game me a launch error.
I had to manually go in and type in the websites homepage to make it work properly.

I simply followed the example in the video but it failed to work for me correctly.

3. I know I am likely missing something here, but how is Linkman any different then me creating different folders to save Favorites into in IE?
I told Linkman to add in the IE browser link, but it seems it does not show up; unless I am not doing something correctly.

Thanks for any help you can offer.
Apr 27 at 10:15am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann 1. The BDJ deal is only for a two computers license. You can get a sigle license for $24.95 at http://wwwoutertech.com
2. Please contact supportoutertech.com and provide the website you are trying to bookmark, and the browser (including version) you are using.
3. Linkman has an independ XML database that works across all browsers, and can be synchronized with other computers. You can alternatively still keep using your favorites and load them into Linkman, but you loose the syncing feature this way.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 10:35am Copy Link
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Lito Quick question, this is only for windows right? There is no Android version? I think if it supported android I'd probably buy it. It's the one thing that I'd really want a universal bookmark manager to do. Sync to all my desktop browsers and my tablet (which also has multiple browsers). I generally don't need a laptop anymore as a tablet fits what I need to do with a portable device more.
Apr 27 at 10:50am Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Lito. This is for Windows only. You can access the bookmarks on Android/iOs in Read-Only mode. See the tutorial video at http://www.outertech.com/...rk-manager
Outertech - Apr 27 at 12:56pm Copy Link
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Cary Adams Personally most of my active bookmarks are accessible from my browser's bookmark toolbar.

Right now I'm looking at 23 bookmarks on my toolbar, 3 or which are folders. When I used the trial I realized that I would have to relearn my bookmark habits with Linkman.

Does Linkman have a browser bookmark toolbar? I couldn't find it and I don't want to fish through menus to use "favorites".
Apr 27 at 1:55pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Cary A browser toolbar is on to do list for 9.0. Linkman has currently a desktop toolbar, but not a browser toolbar (see tutorial video).
Outertech - Apr 27 at 2:01pm Copy Link
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Chris Dino What advantages does this have over xmarks?
Apr 27 at 2:08pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann @Chris Xmarks is a synchronization service only. Linkman is complete bookmark manager with more than 30 features.
Outertech - Apr 27 at 2:09pm Copy Link
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Chris Dino Does linkman provide online synchronization/backup?
Apr 27 at 2:17pm Copy Link
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Thomas Reimann Linkman has support for external synchronization services of your choice (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc). Just use File | Save as and put your Linkman database to your Dropbox or Google Drive folder on each computer, and Linkman will synchronize the database. (The tutorial video shows this with Dropbox).
Outertech - Apr 27 at 2:21pm Copy Link
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