This free tool serves as a bookmark manager, but its spotty performance left us longing for our old bookmarking tool.
At first glance, Quick Favorites has a pleasant, easy-to-use interface. It offers bright command buttons at the top for help, options, creating a new folder tab, and deleting entries. You'll also notice a bright yellow star icon that sits on top of whatever you're working on at that moment. Double-clicking the icon bookmarks the current page. During our first test, we browsed the Web and double-clicked on the star icon. It brought up another window that contained the page name, the link category, the URL, and a comment field. More often than not, the window appeared with the wrong information. The site name would appear, but the URL was wrong, or vice-versa. On top of that, we found that while the program didn't work with Firefox, it kept opening our bookmarked pages in Firefox, a glitch that didn't make sense.
After our experience with Quick Favorites, we'd rather just stick to our current bookmark manager. We recommend that you keep looking for a more solid performing bookmarking tool.
Quick Favorites is designed to allow fast access to your favorite Web sites. Sort and manage your favorites easily and conveniently,save your time to find the favorite you want. All favorites will be kept as buttons with short captions you defined in categories, so the favorites will be clear at a glance. Quick Favorites can import favorites from your Internet Explorer with drag&drop. You can even drag&drop local documents to Quick Favorites, such as MP3, videos, photos, folders and they will be kept as shortcuts. Quick Favorites also allows you to download videos from YouTube, just double-click the DropZone and click the 'download video' button,the downloading will commence. Quick Favorites makes your life easier. Version 1.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.