Many of us use multiple computers to access our work, email and other data. We can have a work PC, our home PC, laptop and other machines. We like to run the same web browser across multiple computers, whether we choose Internet Explorer, Firefox or Opera. Either way, we like to make sure we have instant access to important web pages - such as a server login page, access to our blog and more. Making sure that your bookmarks are accessible across these computers isn't always easy. It's not a task that can be done manually.
oSync 1.0b1 is a tool that you can use to synchronise your Opera bookmarks across multiple computers (that have Opera installed). Note that it only works with Opera, however. If you want to synchronise your bookmarks between different web browsers, you'll probably have to do this manually or by using an external bookmark manager to handle your bookmarks, independently.
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