The interface of the application is clean and somewhat intuitive. The program integrates into shell and comes with an addon for each of the aforementioned web browser, so you can effortlessly add bookmarks to Linkman.
So, you can add links, folders and separators, delete links or launch them in the Clipboard, view duplicate items, use the standard Cut, Copy and Paste functions, as well as synchronize bookmarks between two computers.
It is possible to create a list of links to be accessed fast, protect Linkman Pro with a password, retrieve missing names from webpages, update keywords or replace descriptions, as well as update the web icons.
Plenty of configuration preferences are available through the Settings panel. For instance, you can make Linkman Pro automatically run at system startup, start hidden and to use the Registry instead of the initialization file (INI format), as well as allow multiple instances.
Linkman Pro runs on a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and includes user documentation. No error dialogs have been shown throughout our testing and the app did not hang or crash; we haven’t encountered any issues. All in all, Linkman Pro is a pretty resourceful program for managing and synchronizing web browser bookmarks.