Windows Tool to handle bookmarks

I found an article about a toolbar for your delicious bookmarks via today. Deliwin is a port of the Italian MacOS X tool, which puts your bookmarks into the desktop tray. I tested it, but found the bookmark sorting via tag-list rather confusing. But probably my tags are a little too unorganized. Anyway, I guess there will be a lot of development with software using interfaces to social software.

Somehow I needed to find an English article to understand how the tool works, and why my bookmarks are kind of unsorted. Downloadsquad explains:

the first tag on a bookmark will be displayed as its top-level
directory, while the second tag will act as a sub-directory. This might
cause some users to retool the way they tag their bookmarks

Seems like I'm one of those users who should retool...

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