This nifty program gives fast access to frequently visited pages and helps you organize your bookmarked Web sites alphabetically, although it isn't secure enough to catalog all your online stops.
AbcShortcuts adds a toolbar to your Internet Explorer browser, with several buttons marked from A to Z. Simply click a letter button to assign the button to the current page you're visiting. An arrow is next to each letter button that reveals a drop-down menu of your recently visited URLs and automatically sorts them alphabetically. The convenient buttons can be used to store search engines for quick lookups, or to store sites with log-in information filled in for accessing e-mails and member areas. However, we don't recommend you bookmark private sites or personal accounts, since the toolbar isn't password-protected.
AbcShortcuts is effective, easy to use, and, best of all, free. Demanding Internet users will benefit from this handy application.
Browse without typing URLs using 26 alphabetical history menus for quick access. The Web sites you visit are stored under the letter that they start with for example somesite.com under S. Have all the Web sites you use all the time available immediately by storing them in your own personal IE toolbar with 26 alphabetical buttons. You can also configure each button to search the site or to log you into the site.