Foxmarks, a well-known and much beloved bookmark synchronization add-on for Firefox is now branching out to (finally!) support other browsers, including both Internet Explorer and Safari. What’s really great about the new tools from Foxmarks is that you’re able to sync your bookmarks between browsers, not just between Firefox installs or just between IE installs. So for example, if you primarily use one type of browser at work and another at home, you could have access to your bookmarks from anywhere – you don’t need to run a particular browser to do do. This is also handy if you run multiple operating systems, as Foxmarks works both on Windows and Mac.
If you’ve never used Foxmarks before, you should check out Lifehacker’s informative “how to” guide before installing. If you’re already familiar with the add-on, you can just go grab the IE download from here.
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