BookmarkBridge User Manual

Chapter 1. Getting Started

About BookmarkBridge

BookmarkBridge is an easy to use, GUI (point and click user interface) application to keep your bookmarks up to date between multiple browsers on your computer. It reads bookmarks from each of your browsers, looks at the differences between the bookmarks on each browser, and saves the differences back to each browser. You can run it as often as you like. Each time you run BookmarkBridge, it saves any new bookmarks to all your browsers. It can even remove a bookmark from all your browsers if it is removed from one browser.

BookmarkBridge is available for Windows and many Unix systems, including Linux. See the section on System Requirements for more information. It can also run silently in command-line mode, for use in automated batch updates. See Chapter 3 - Command Line Operation for more information.

As of the current release, BookmarkBridge supports Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape, including Mozilla. BookmarkBridge is designed so support for additional browsers is easy to add. Check the web site at for the latest news on supported browsers, or even technical information if you wish to implement support for your favorite browser.

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BookmarkBridge is Copyright © 2003 by Ken Schenke. All Rights Reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.