AddressEdit 1.1 provides commands for modifying Internet Explorer's web-address list and saving your changes. These commands include delete, edit, add, move up/down, save and undo. If you mistyped a web address, you could edit or delete it. If you don't plan to return to a web page, you could delete its address. You could add to this list without visiting the corresponding pages. You could rearrange this list as you see fit. In addition, if you change your mind you can undo these commands. AddressEdit requires Windows 95 or Windows NT 3.51 or higher. After 15 days-of-use, the fee for continuing to use this shareware product is $4.99.
» version 1.1 - posted on 2012-02-02
fix on Registration page; saves changed data when Windows reboots or shuts down; minimize button; new install program
» version 1.0 - posted on 2009-09-30
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