Compass has long been one of the most popular and powerful bookmark managers in the world. Due to it's richness and usefulness of the features, it virtually set the standards for this category of applications.
Compass was first released in January, 1997. It supports three most popular browsers - Netscape, Internet Explorer, Opera, and also any generic browsers specified by the OS. What makes Compass unique is the power of handling the hierarchical structure of folders. With Compass, you'll be amazed how easy you can find and organize your bookmarks the way you want, and how easy you can integrate all bookmarks from different computers or different browsers. Not only is Compass a bookmark manager, but it is also an "outline editor" or a "note editor." You can use Compass to create your personal journal, notes, outlines, memos, ? etc. When you use Compass as an outline editor, you will find Compass is even better than the programs that were created for that purpose. Compass can easily handle more than thousands of bookmarks. Compass has been tested and works with Netscape 2.x - 4.x, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x - 6.x and Opera 3.x - 5.x on Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP.
The program must be compatible with Netscape and IExplorer. This means the file created by Compass must be able to read by Netscape and IExplorer without losing information and vice versa.
The program must be easy to use. The user interface was carefully designed to make tasks can be done in the least efforts and intuitively.
The program must be small. Therefore, only useful stuff (not fancy) was included to avoid overhead.
The program must be so good that users will never use browser's built-in bookmark editor.
The program must be powerful.
|Release date||September 25, 2001|
|Package size||740 KB (758,600 bytes)|
|Installed size||About 900 KB|