Keeping your bookmarks organized is a critical task for any web browser, so let’s see how the new Safari for Windows handles bookmarks.
First click on the “open-book” icon located on the bookmarks toolbar.
This will open up Safari’s bookmark organizer. You will see there are several bookmarks already included from the default install. On the left section is the categories or ‘Collections’ headers. Clicking on each collection will display the book marked pages on the right side with the site name and URL.
You can really do a lot in this bookmark manager. If you right click an entry in either section you will be able to choose from many different options such as Open, Delete, Edit, etc…
To create a new Collection simply click the ‘+’ button. This will start a new field for you to custom name. You can also drag and drop folders into other categories or change the order.
Also, notice that your Internet Explorer and Mozilla (including FireFox) bookmarks will automatically be imported during the installation.
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- Published 06/11/07