COLUMBUS, Ohio--Dawson Systems has released a pre-beta version of its LinkSmith for Windows software for managing Web links.
Aimed at enthusiastic Web users who have managed to collect multiple lists of links in bookmarks, hot lists, and saved pages, LinkSmith must be used with Borland International's database run-time engine.
Using LinkSmith, Web heads can easily store and organize up to 100 links to make Net surfing easier. The software can be downloaded for free. The final version of LinkSmith for Windows 1.0 will be priced at $10. To make the package work, users must also download the Borland database run- time engine, which is also available for free.