How many times have you bookmarked, or "favorited" in Internet Explorer, a website, only to completely forget about it? That's probably because on some Web browsers, your bookmarked sites disappear into hidden folders.
You have to find the menu bar, then scroll up and down looking for sites. Or you can open your bookmarks as a sidebar. That can get annoying, though, especially if you keep a lot of websites and computer programs open on your screen.
Web browsers like Microsoft Edge have begun to make managing bookmarked sites easier. On Edge, for instance, you can use its Hub to save a site's link, and an image of the site.
But if you're using a Web browser like Internet Explorer, you still need to manage your favorites (gold star in upper right-hand corner). To make that easier, there's a site called URL Gather. You open it as its own page, where you can easily add, delete or rearrange your bookmarked pages.
Click on the link below. Choose Download >> URL Gather Download >> Run. Follow the installation instructions.