The most powerful favorites management Internet Explorer bar
Windows NT/2000/XPPlatform :
USD $19.95Price :
1.51 MBFile Size :
12/11/2005Date Added :
Kikoz Bar is a powerful Internet Explorer bar that allows you to encrypt and sync all your bookmarks/favorites and text notes among all your computers and easily share them with other people without any links to visit or special "packages" to deal with. Drag-and-drop interface. Tons of features. Totally secure solution; your links and notes are encrypted by your computer and synced instantly, in the background, as you add/update/delete them. No one (not even Kikoz staff) is able to decrypt your data which makes it useless for advertising industry.
KIKOZ BAR REVIEWS
Kikoz good, but undependable
Kikoz is great resource to save your bookmarks, and be able to retrieve them at multiple locations. The impact is syncronization of bookmarks at multiple machines, but in reality, it is just downloading your bookmarks on their servers, and when you open the browser window, it goes to their servers to retrieve your bookmarks. The only problem I've had is the undependability of their servers, which seem to go down regularly. When they do, your bookmarks are unaccessible. If you rely on dependable consistent access to your bookmarks, Kikoz may possibly leave you out of business.
Author: David Schlossberg on Thursday, April 26, 2007