Powerful bookmark manager for personal computers
Compass is a virtual bookmark manager that was originally developed as far back as 1998. Since this time, it has been providing users with the ability to better control and monitor their bookmarks. However, one of its main features is that it offers a much greater sense of flexibility when compared to other programs on the market.
Core Applications and Usability
Compass groups bookmarks within what are known as hierarchical folders. The main advantage of this method is that their order can be determined by the user. So, he or she will be able to find a bookmark much quicker. These formats can be shared across multiple devices, so it is a rather all-in-one solution. A friendly user interface is suited for those who do not have much experience with organizational software and a file size of only 900 kilobytes is associated with a very small memory footprint.
Additional BenefitsNot only is Compass a bookmark manager, but it doubles as a basic text editor. Users can create journals, memos and other personal reminders in no time at all. Its developers claim that this application has the ability to handle and collate more than one thousand bookmarks; a massive benefit when collating large amounts of data.