Manage bookmarks for such web browsers as Netscape, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Generate notes, outlines, and memos, create detailed reports, and export your bookmarks or notes in a wide range of formats. Select from three-pane layouts, namely Unique Tree, List, and Description and choose from Explorer or Compass displayable styles.
The 2.83 version of COMPASS is provided as a free download on our website. According to the users’ comments, this program boasts such strong points as this program has a great interface, has lots of features and is open source. Some users indicate that the weak point of COMPASS is: this program is unstable.
The following versions: 2.83, 2.8 and 2.4 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users. The actual developer of the program is Softgauge.com. The software belongs to System Utilities. This download was checked by our antivirus and was rated as virus free. You can run COMPASS on Windows XP/7/8/10 32-bit.
Download32.exe, CompassPlan.exe, Compass.exe, AdminUI.exe or iPoS.exe are the frequent file names to indicate this program's installer.
From the developer:
Compass has been a popular and powerful bookmark manager program since its first release in January, 1997. It supports three most popular browsers - Netscape, Internet Explorer, and Opera. Plus, it can launch any system specified generic browsers.
Not only is Compass a bookmark manager, but it is also an "outline editor" or a "note editor." You can use Compass to create your personal journal, notes, outlines, memos, ... etc.
You can also use Compass as a web page or report generator. With the power of Template, you can export your bookmarks or notes in the format you want. You can even control different folder levels and generate multiple files that linked back to the main output file.
Compass can easily handle more than several thousands of bookmarks. It works with Netscape 2.
You may want to check out more software, such as Compass Universal Mail Client, Magnet and Compass or Compass Swing, which might be related to COMPASS.