This freeware utility helps you take your Internet Explorer bookmarks with you when you can't take your PC along. ABC Amber Internet Explorer Converter has a nicely designed interface that's so easy to comprehend, you won't need the help file. The directory tree of your IE bookmarks is flanked on the left by options for saving the links as a PDF, CHM (Compiled Windows HTML Help file), or HTML.
The utility performed very well during our tests. Immediately on launching, the utility automatically detected and displayed our IE Favorites. We merely selected an export format and clicked Save As, named the file, and chose its destination folder. ABC Amber Internet Explorer converter instantly produced an exported file displayed by its appropriate program. The hyperlinks were active in the resulting document, and we could easily save it to a flash drive to take our bookmarks on the road.
We liked that we could configure the export documents font, its margins, and the color of its hyperlinks. Saving as PDF and HTML files are the obvious options for most users. CHM files require Microsoft HTML Help.
Although the publisher doesn't list Vista as a compatible operating system, we had no problems using ABC Amber Internet Explorer Converter on our Vista PC. Anyone needing to export bookmarked links will find it a satisfactory addition to his or her toolbox.