Users can download the latest version of the Firefox Web browser by visiting Firefox.com. Firefox is a popular, open source Web browser that usually scores as the one with the most market share behind Internet Explorer.
The built-in Firefox bookmark manager is accessed by clicking on the "Bookmarks" option on the Firefox menu bar and then choosing the "Organize Bookmarks" option.
When the "Library" window opens, choose the "Bookmarks Menu" option.
An interface that resembles Windows Explorer opens, giving users an opportunity to move, rename, copy, and delete bookmarks. The changes made in this window affect how bookmarks are displayed from the Firefox "Bookmark" menu option.
Firefox is well supported and has a lot of add-ons available, increasing the appeal it has to power users. Users can visit the Firefox add-ons Website, addons.mozilla.org. At this site, users will find an entire category for Firefox bookmark add-ons.
Infoaxe. One bookmark manager that might interest Firefox users is Infoaxe. This is a web history and bookmark search tool that works across Firefox and Internet Explorer (sorry, this one doesn't work with Opera). It works in ways similar to Bookmark Bridge, but it goes a step forward to automatically save every page visited and provides an independent interface for bookmark management. Bookmarks saved in infoaxe can be accessed with the Opera browser, but right now there is not an add-on that allows bookmarks to be added from Opera.