Bookmark Manager Linkman Updated to Version 8.50 With Support for Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer in Windows XP, Windows 7, and Windows 8

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The bookmark manager Linkman has been updated in order to support the latest Internet browsers, and add compatibility to the upcoming Windows 8. Linkman Light is available for free. Linkman Pro has a free 30-day trial. Both editions can be downloaded at

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Bookmark manager Linkman is available as version 8.50. Windows 8 is now supported as well as Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, and the update improves compatibility with Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer.

Linkman is a browser-independent Internet bookmark manager. It effectively replaces the browser's native URL management system, and speedily organizes and validates very large collections of links. Linkman is available in two editions. Linkman Light is a free edition for educational and private usage. Linkman Pro is a more advanced version that can be also used commercially.

Linkman synchronizes bookmarks across different browsers. When a new bookmark is added in one browser -- Google Chrome, for example -- it is synchronized immediately, and through Linkman Add-ons made available to Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Linkman Pro also adds support for synchronizing its XML bookmark databases between different computers. It has built-in support for free synchronization services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft SkyDrive, Syncplicity, SugarSync, ADrive, Wuala, and others.

Linkman Pro also offers flexibility and privacy-protecting features. It can be installed on a USB stick, where it is fully functional on any Windows computer without installation, and without the need to entrust any personal data to the Internet cloud.

Bookmark databases can be protected by password to maximize user privacy, or, since Linkman can maintain two databases at a time, private links can be outsourced to a separate password-protected database while public links remain freely accessible. Linkman can search both databases at once.

Linkman Light is available for free, but restricted to educational and private usage.

Linkman Pro starts at $24.95 for a single computer. To start a 30-day free Linkman Pro test drive, visit

About Outertech

Incorporated in 1999, Outertech is a software development company based in Coburg, Germany. Its mission statement is: "To make computers more stable, more useful, faster, and easier to use." Outertech´s lead product is Cacheman (short for Cache Manager), an award-winning Microsoft Windows performance optimization program initially developed in 1996 as the very first Windows optimization software ever. Linkman (short for Link Manager), another major Outertech project, is a bookmark manager that integrates with the Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Opera browsers. Initially released in 1997, Linkman´s XML databases have been praised for 15 years of bookmark data security.

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