Most of use the same browser whether we use the web at work or at home, but it's not always easy to make sure our bookmarks are synchronised between these browsers. For instance, if you add a bookmark to Opera at home, you'll want to access the same bookmark at work. You could always email yourself with your new bookmarks, but this is a long-winded process.
Portable Bookmarks 1.0 enables you to store bookmarks on a portable device (such as a USB stick) and then use them on another computer, whatever the browser. You can use one central interface to manage your bookmarks. Portable Bookmarks 1.0 is a good tool, but probably should be freeware. Alternatives are available, including the fantastic Google Browsersync for Firefox, which will sync your Firefox bookmarks, whatever operating system you're using.
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