StorURL is a bookmark manager. It helps you to store links to all of your favorite websites in one central repository. It works with the browsers installed on your system so you can open your links in any web browser you’d like from one central interface.

  • Import your bookmarks from most major browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera.
  • Open websites in any browser installed on your computer, directly from within StorURL.
  • Store and sort sites in unlimited categories.
  • Enable a floating toolbar that you can keep anywhere on your screen, for quick access to all your bookmarks.
  • Generate HTML “home” pages containing links from one or all categories.

In this modern era, sometimes you aren’t able to get to your own personal PC where StorURL may be installed. If you’re the type of person who moves around from computer to computer, there is a StorURL solution for you! Check out our web-based version of StorURL , which is available for use for free, just like the desktop version. Have a few moments to spare? Please rate StorURL at the SnapFiles website!

StorURL requires the Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework
StorURL may also require the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package MFC Security Update. If you have an issue during start up trying to create the default database, this may be your problem.
Tested Operating Systems: Windows® 7 32/64-bit, Windows® 10

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3 thoughts on “StorURL

  1. Jo C

    I’m unable to install storURL 3.0 on win7. It stops at the creating database stage.
    I checked event log and found 2 events logged with storURL: ID 33 and 1001.
    I read your introduction again and enabled .NET 3.5 framework (initially only .NET 4 is running). But still same issue.
    Please help.

    1. Joey HazlettJoey Hazlett Post author

      Hi Jo,

      I have sent you an email with some troubleshooting steps that I felt weren’t really helpful to post as a comment. Please try those steps and let me know how it goes.

      1. Jo C

        Hi Joey,

        Thanks for your prompt reply.
        I have gotten your mail, tried the steps, and had sent you the error message. Hope those are useful.



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