Browser to solve «too many tabs» problem and related pains & suffering
You have too many tabs and chaos, that makes computer to be slow, but you're afraid to close tabs and lose something.
Linkkraft allows you to navigate in mass of open documents before you even try to manage them. And allows to restore your research with full context (documents, materials) after long period of time. Therefore it solves «slow computer» problem too.
That happens by
visualizing your steps as tree
making html snapshot
for your earch step.
Let's open some documents from hackernews and compare linkkraft tree and chrome tabs.
What is so unique about linkkraft's solution?
Combination of trails tree & snapshots reinforces each other. This is what makes linkkraft unique across similar software
You don't have to look for snapshot in your downloads or computer documents, since snapshots are integrated in navigation and tree.
When you look at snapshot, you also see related step & context since everything is interconnected.
Let's navigate inside twitter page, restart linkkraft and check how do our steps look.
When url of Single Page Application (like twitter) changes, linkkraft makes another snapshot. Your movements around complex web apps like twitter will be saved.
Turn of wifi. Restart computer. You can be sure you can still view documents.
Useless snapshots will be removed. Same images and resources won't take space twice.
Who can use it?
Linkkraft is a desktop application for mac/windows/linux. It will be available to anyone willing to purchase it.
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I've beed developing software since 2008
P.S. 4 more video with linkkraftHow branch changes when you go forward using the same document
It saves all trails, you can restart linkkraft app and see trails in the same state as you left them.
Exit & restart app anytime. You will see tree in same state as you left it.Adopted Zoom UI concept & multicolumn layout help to navigate & fight chaose even more.
When document become loaded, it gets the own snapshot (marked by inner circle). You can go offline, restart and still be able to view that pages.