Links. Right in your notification area.
Do you ever wish that getting to websites was easier? Pinning shortcuts to your taskbar works fine, but it makes it feel cluttered and untidy while using up valuable space. Bookmarks work fairly well, but your browser has to be open for them to be available. Wouldn't it be nice if getting to websites was easier in general?
Those are the issues that QuickLinks aims to solve. Instead of using up valuable space and screen real estate, you can easily get to websites with a single click from a notification icon, as links appear in your notification area instead of your taskbar. Additionally, QuickLinks take up less space and aren't as overwhelming. You can visit a website or start a system process with no trouble!
Of course, that's not all QuickLinks has to offer. Want to have different link profiles depending on your workday? You can do that! All links are stored in a definition file, which contains the link's name, icon, and process. Best of all, you can transfer definition files to other computers if you don't rely on a single machine! Make a few tweaks to the file and you should be good to go.
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QuickLinks is completely free. There are no ads or hidden costs.
You can run QuickLinks on Windows XP or later, provided that you have version 4.0 of the .NET Framework or later.
Current Version: 1.1