Favorites and bookmarks marked with the browser can become obsolete and turn out to be useless. Download AM-DeadLink for free to detect that problem

9/10 (1 Votes)
AM-DeadLink performs the tedious task of searching in your favorites and bookmarks to find out if any of them are obsolete. After just a few months of browsing over the web it's normal to accumulate hundreds of different bookmarks, and on many occasions they are only used once or twice, and when you finally get around to visiting them, they don't work. With AM-DeadLink you'll never encounter this problem again.

  One of the best functions of AM-DeadLink is that it supports the favorites of the most popular browser: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Chrome, but it's also capable of checking in HTML files and texts with URLs separated by commas.

  On the other hand, if you work with Internet Explorer or Opera it will search the favicons (the small icons that each website associates to their address) to add them to the favorite or bookmark menu so that you can find them greater ease.

  The interface of AM-DeadLink is really simple and it works perfectly, so if you have a large amount of favorites and you still want to visit them and know if they are still active, download it and install it for free.
Martin Aignesberger
3 months ago
3 months ago
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