Link Spy

Link Spy

Link Spy is a small, fast and easy to use spy-utility, which is placed into your system tray. Link S
 
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Link Spy is a small, fast and easy to use spy-utility, which is placed into your system tray. Link Spy detects all links and e-mail addresses copied into clipboard or dragged onto special targets (ReGet's icon, for example). The program gathers these links and addresses and places them into a virtual folder, so that you may later access them. You can make a short description of each of the addresses, sort and setup automatic activation of your browser or e-mail client.

As you work on your computer, simply right-click and copy the URL to save it. Link Spy always monitors the clipboard, whether you're using a browser, IM, e-mail client, etc. A pop-up dialog immediately appears, giving you the option to save the URL and a short descriptive note.

Later, when you are online and you have some free time, call up Link Spy and visit all the Web sites you'd normally miss.

If you right-click onto the program's icon and choose "Show window" menu item you will see the complete list of links and e-mails that Link Spy detected. If you double click onto any item from the list, Link Spy will open it using either your internet browser or your e-mail client. You can also use Shift key to open URL in new window regardless of the program settings.

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