SimpleURL is an application to keep track of your favorite Web sites and e-mail addresses.
Most applications do this by writing the data file into the preference folder of the system folder and this is ok if you are using just one computer. SimpleURL writes a file where you tell it to. Drag-and-drop a site address or an e-mail address from your browser/e-mail application onto the SimpleURL list. You will be prompted to type the name of your site/e-mail address. Double click the site address or the e-mail address to launch your browser or e-mail software. (Internet Config must be installed for this to work.) If your browser is currently running you can drag the site address from the SimpleURL list and drop it onto your Web browser window. Please read the documentation for more information.
Requirements: PPC Macintosh with system 8.0 or higher. It has not been tested with system 7, but it should work fine with it if you have a PPC Macintosh.
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