LinkStash History

Version history for LinkStash shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Jan 06, 2005) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 2.0.12
Size: 1211 KB
OS: Win 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Description:   LinkStash is an searchable bookmarks / favorites manager for IE, FireFox & Opera which includes fully automated password management. 5 minutes with LinkStash and we are betting you will never want to use standard favorites or bookmarks again!

v 2.0.12 updated on Apr 08, 2009

major upgrade - many enhancements

v 2.0.11 updated on Aug 11, 2008

major upgrade - many enhancements

v 2.0.10 updated on Jun 14, 2008

major upgrade - many enhancements

v 2.0.8 updated on Dec 26, 2007

major upgrade - many enhancements

v 2.0.6 updated on Nov 16, 2007

major upgrade - many enhancements

v 1.7.2 updated on Apr 26, 2007

minor maintenance upgrade

v 1.6.16 updated on Feb 10, 2006

minor maintenance upgrade

v 1.6.11 updated on Jul 13, 2005

minor maintenance upgrade

v 1.6.10 updated on Jan 06, 2005

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