Bookmark Management in Software Posted June 17, 2014 I post this to inspire comment on controlling Bookmarks. My chosen default browser is Chrome. I used Firefox for many years, but for the past 2-3 years have favored Chrome, which I find perfect for all my requirements. I still have Firefox as my second choice and IE8 which I never use, as a Windows necessity. When I started with Chrome, I imported all my Bookmarks from Firefox and IE. This resulted in around 10,000 Bookmarks, most of them being duplicates. Even normal Bookmark usage can get out of hand and result in a massive list of them. To cure this initial influx, I found a brilliant little program called AM Deadlink from -http://aignes.com/deadlink.htm. It worked superbly and with some caution I deleted all the duplicate Bookmarks and reduced my Chrome content to around 1,700. I use AMD now on a regular basis to control my Bookmarks. AMD contains a number of features which are extremely useful, including highlighting "errors". I now have only 1,300 Bookmarks in Chrome. AMD also enables you to select Firefox and IE.