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EditURLs 2.02

EditURLs with the capability to edit individual URL addresses.

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EditURLs is a Browser software developed by Assistance & Resources for Computing, Inc. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for EditURLs:

EditURLs is a Free Browser tool that provides the user with the capability to edit individual URL addresses in Internet Explorer's Address Bar. These URL addresses are also referred to as "Typed URLs".
EditURLs can can be used to delete individual URLs or for clearing all of IE's Address Bar History.

These URL addresses are maintained in the Windows Registry and can be edited using a Registry Editor. However, one is generally cautioned that a miscue with a Registry editor could render one's system inoperable. Additionally, the Value names for the URL entries must be named consecutively (url1, url2, url3).

EditURLs provides an easy to user interface to accomplish editing of the "Typed URLs" in the Windows Registry and maintain the required consecutive Value names.

In addition to simple editing and deletion of individual "Typed URLs", EditURLs provides a function for deleting all of the URLs.

Another feature that many users find convenient is the capability to restore a saved Copy of the "Typed URLs". That is, the user can maintain his/her personal set of "Typed URLs" in a Master set for restoring at the click of a button. Recent additions include a function for Sorting the URLs and 'up' - 'down' buttons for manual reordering the URLs.
EditURLs does not contain any 'ad-ware' or 'call-home' functions.
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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for EditURLs,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with EditURLs.