"Windows Live Favorites" which can share favorites Haste review
Windows Live Favorites
In short, if you can access the internet, you can use "Internet favorite" Internet Explorer by logging in to "Windows Live Favorites" from any computer.
Also, tag classification is possible, and it is also possible to share it and publish it.
Of course it is also possible to import current "favorites" easily into "Windows Live Favorites". You can also import from Firefox bookmarks and social bookmarking service "Del.icio.us". You can also export it as an HTML file from "Windows Live Favorites".
So, I tried using the beta version of "Windows Live Favorites" that started today.
To import IE's favorites, first click on "Import favorite"
When XP SP2 is put in this way, click on the top bar and click "Install ActiveX control"
Confirm that "Import from Internet Explorer" is checked, then check that "Use folder name as tag" also checked, then click "Next"
When your favorite import finishes, click "OK" to complete and you will be able to use it.
When imported it will be displayed like this
By right clicking each item, you can change the title · address · tag, share favorites, whether to show it to the top or not.
To delete it, click each item first. Then, the "X" mark appears at the right end, so click on it to complete the deletion
In addition, "Preview display" becomes possible when you click the beginning of each item
Various sorting of order is possible with this kind of feeling
The default display style is "Detailed", and when it is set to "List" it becomes like this.
To save this favorite as an HTML file, click "Export" in the upper left, then click "Export" in this window that will be displayed
Save it to an arbitrary folder and complete
What is inside, is it also compatible with favorites such as Firefox ...?
It may be useful if you are using separate computers at home, work or school. It may be good to use it as a backup.